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Author Australia. Aboriginal Employment Development Policy Task Force

Title Aboriginal opportunities in employment, education and training / editor and text: Graeme Wicks
Published Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1989
Canberra, ACT : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1989

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'BOOL  331.699915 Wic/Aoi  AVAILABLE
Description 39. : color illustrations ; 30 cm
Contents Foreword -- Jobs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people -- Policy devised by the people -- The network....so that everyone will get a job : Thousands of jobs a year -- Aboriginal youth are in the mainstream -- Boral makes itself known -- A target of 26 -- Hotel employment opportunities passed by -- New opportunities at Qantas -- Building houses while learning job -- NSW building trades courses -- From jockey to owner -- A centre for living history -- Instant success for Keringke artists -- Reporter's rapid promotion -- Community makes "wet dirt" pay -- Ice cream vendor has sights on parliament -- A community employment strategy -- Getting skills for use on return -- Tiwi business shapes up with the organisation chart of a big business -- Ownership is key to self-management -- A smile worth a million dollars -- A Melbourne company for building -- Aboriginal business consultancy -- Aboriginal public servants improve management skills -- Small hut is a breakthrough -- Tourists to ride brumbies -- Ambition achieved after 26 years -- Courses for business -- Meneng house of colour a moving house -- Many courses open up many opportunities : Writing the Aboriginal terms of reference -- WACAE reaches people in remote regions -- Students learn to be teachers -- Scheme means more Aboriginal professionals -- Yirara a meeting place for study -- Pilot project helps fund itself -- Centre for many things -- A vote for self-management -- An important year for two -- Rock music success -- Broadcasting meets urgent need -- Successful business doubled in six months -- "Aboriginal dimension" for park -- Takeway takes off -- Hard times for auto clinic -- Centre to attract passing tourists -- Now wimming both ways -- Thriving on people
Summary Achievements of Aboriginal people through the Aboriginal Employment Development Policy; wide range of occupations including administration, business, clerical, communications, tourism, commercial designs
Analysis Aboriginal Australians
Australia
Education
Employment
Training
Notes A Department of Employment, Education and Training (DEET) publication
Issuing Body Published for the Department of Employment Education and Training
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Commerce.
Aboriginal Australians -- Economic conditions.
Aboriginal Australians -- Education.
Aboriginal Australians -- Employment.
Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene.
Aboriginal Australians -- Industries
Australia.
Author Wicks, Graeme.
Australia. Department of Employment, Education, and Training.
ISBN 0644099127