NETTS apprentices lend a hand to Foodbank

Our NETTS apprentices volunteered at WA’s food-relief charity, Foodbank earlier this month. More than 70,000 Western Australians receive food assistance…

Programmed announces support for casual employees requiring isolation

Australia’s largest provider of staffing operations and maintenance services, Programmed, announced today that it will pay its casual employees working…

Local partnerships helping our NETTS apprentices get ahead

Our National Energy Technician Training Scheme (NETTS) second-year apprentices have kicked off 2020 with workplace secondments across the metro WA…

Six questions to ask in your next job interview

‘I should’ve asked more questions’ is probably the one question you don’t want to be asking yourself after you’ve had…

Changing the face of the resources sector

When you think of someone who works in the mining industry, we often have a certain picture in our head…

Congratulations to our NETTS 2020 graduating class!

A very big, #programmedproud congratulations to our first graduating class of Process Plant Operator Apprentices from our National Energy Technician…

Service industry employment gains pace in 2019

Australia’s employment landscape closed out 2019 strongly, with over half of our population employed in either full-time or part-time roles….

Skin Cancer Action Week, 17-23 November, time to get a skin check

Before the start of summer each year, the Cancer Council Australia and the Australasian College of Dermatologists come together for…

Programmed’s Trainee of the Year

Programmed trainee Tegan Molesworth has been awarded the ‘Bob Marshman Trainee of the Year’ in the 2019 South East QLD…

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