Beat the winter blues

Winter is well and truly here, and as welcome as the rain is, do you ever get the feeling the…

Meet Daniel Farmer, Programmed Indigenous apprentice

Daniel Farmer is currently in the second year of his Industrial Electrical / Instrumentation apprenticeship with Programmed at Woodside in…

Achieving gender balance for women in trades

We see so many fantastic examples of trailblazing women in trades across our business, who are making their mark in…

Meet Maddison Clarke, NSW Women in Mining award winner

Congratulations to Maddison Clarke who has won the Outstanding Trade, Operator or Technician award at the 2019 NSW Women in…

Celebrating National Reconciliation Week

This week we celebrate National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June), a time to celebrate and build on the…

Return to work dad Chetz

At Programmed we all know Chetz Dodia as the fun-loving accounts payable team leader, but he’s also our very first…

Flexible Working Day

Working days spent in the office from nine to five, Monday to Friday, are becoming a thing of the past…

Delivering a new Indigenous cadetship program with Aurecon

A new cadetship program with Aurecon is delivering new employment opportunities for Indigenous people in Queensland. In 2012 Aurecon successfully…

How to drive safely in adverse conditions

Driving in normal conditions requires both your attention and skill. But when conditions change and not for the better, we…

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Programmed is a leading provider of operations and maintenance services across Australia and New Zealand. Our business model is built around our ability to recruit, deploy, manage and maintain a large, directly employed workforce of professional, skilled and semi-skilled staff with a wide range of capabilities. We are proud to efficiently serve more than 10,000 customers every day.

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