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Apprenticeship and Indigenous Apprenticeship Program
A rewarding kick start to your career!
The Northern Territory Public Sector (NTPS) Apprenticeship and Indigenous Apprenticeship Program combines employment
with on-the-job and off-the-job training to develop workplace skills while undertaking a nationally recognised qualification at the
certificate II, III, IV or diploma level.
The Northern Territory Government is offering exciting and challenging full time and school based apprenticeship opportunities in
remote, regional and urban locations, commencing in February 2014 in the following disciplines:
Apprentice salary ranges from $13 415 to $32 004 depending on your age, type and level of qualification.
To be eligible to apply for the NTPS Apprenticeship and Indigenous Apprenticeship program, applicants must be able to demonstrate
that they successfully completed year 10 (if under the age of 21), provide an up to date resume with two current referee contacts, are
eligible to be employed in Australia and do not hold a higher level qualification or equivalent level qualification in a similar discipline.
For further information on eligibility and how to apply:
Refer to the 2014 NTPS Apprenticeship and Indigenous Apprenticeship Recruitment Information Handbook and Application form
which can be located by going to www.nt.gov.au/jobs and search for vacancy number 68130126.
For additional enquiries please email email@example.com or contact the Employment Programs Unit on (08) 8999 4164.
Vacancy number: 68130126
Closing date: 29 November 2013
The Northern Territory Government is aiming for an inclusive and diverse workforce. All equal employment opportunity groups are
encouraged to apply.
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GRADUATES / APPRENTICES / INDIGENOUS CADET SUPPORT
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
Motor Vehicle Registry Tennant Creek
The MVR Tennant Creek Office will be closed from Monday 18 November to Friday
29 November 2013.
To allow you to continue to do business with MVR, a range of alternative options will be
available during this period:
• A phone located in the Tennant Creek Office foyer can transfer you through to MVR’s
Call Centre - 1300 654 628 where you can talk to a customer service officer or the MVR
Demerit Point/Fines Recovery Unit.
• Australia Post can provide some MVR services including driver licence and car
registration renewals where:
You have received a renewal notice with a barcode;
Do not need a new photograph or eyesight test; and
Your vehicle does not require a roadworthy inspection.
• You can also undertake transactions electronically through MVR Quickpay online or the
new NT Rego App through your iPhone or android device and by telephone on
1300 654 628.
MVR is committed to providing high quality customer service and ensuring the Tennant
Creek community has access to our services. For further information, please telephone the
Department of Transport Alice Springs office on 8951 5295.
GRADE Seven students from the Tennant Creek High School
have been walking in the footsteps of notable authors.
As part of the Young Territory Author Awards, Liam Fitzgerald, Noa Brit-
tain, Doreena Hansen and Sarina Roland created and designed their own
The Territory-wide competition was hotly contested and while no one from
the Tennant group won the $500 cash prize, Noa Brittain was named as the
Barkly Regional winner for her work Golden Yellow.
This week the young authors were lauded at a special gathering at the
Library where they were presented with scrolls in acknowledgement of
BOOK WORMS: Students Liam Fitz-Holt, Noa Brittain and
Doreena Hansen with Library staff Kylie Rose and Sue
Kennedy, Barkly Shire acting CEO Rodney Donne and
teacher Nicole Toscano. Absent: Sarina Rowlands.
Young authors praised
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