We are thrilled to announce the induction day for the first round of students commencing the Community Health and Wellbeing Pre-traineeship, was held at two Pilbara sites on 3 February. A total of 12 students are starting their journey and will gain valuable skills and industry exposure in the Health Sector. The students represent Karratha Senior High School, St Luke’s College, Roebourne District High School and Hedland Senior High School. The students attended the Pilbara Universities Centre for the day and were joined for lunch by 12 industry stakeholders, who will be hosting the students on work placement.

Insight Training facilitated the induction program with a staff member at each site supported by their trainer. Delivery of the program commenced from Perth via teams, creating a virtual classroom with all students.

The students are scheduled to commence their one day per week work placement on 10 February, and the first block of training, for which the Insight Trainer will engage with the students face to face, to commence in March.

The day was a resounding success thanks to some very enthusiastic students looking to explore career opportunities in Community Health and incredibly engaged Industry stakeholders who recognise the potential this program provides to grow their local workforce.

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