Mental health in the workplace
HRATA are proud to present Mr Craig Semple
Hunter Young Business Mind Awards
Hunter Young Business Mind Awards 2019 are designed to recognise and reward any idea, whether it be a business idea, community/social project, passion, innovation or concept. The only stipulation is that the student MUST be under 25.
Congratulations to our 2019 winners!
Apprentice of the Year – Jacob Linton
Trainee of the year – Kaitlin Smith
Our 2019 awards were a great success, thanks to everyone attended and a congratulations to all our winners and entrants.You can see more about the 2019 awards here.
The history and aims of the HRATA Committee
The committee is the longest standing committee of its kind in NSW celebrating 68 years of operation in 2019. The committee operates as a conduit between industry and Government on all issues surrounding the VET sector.
The HRATA committee is made up of key stakeholders from within the vocational education and training arena, including but not limited to; Group Training Companies, Registered Training Organisations, Employers, Employer Associations, School to Work transition providers, Schools, State Training Services and the Department of Education and Training.
HRATA committee members
Alliance People Solutions
ATOA [Australian Training Officers Association]
Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre
Australian Industry Group
Forsythes IT & Training
Hospitality Training Network [HTN]
Housing Industry Australia
HunterNet Group Training
Hunter Valley Training Company
International Child Care College Training Services NSW