Inland Rail Skills Academy boosts Moree Clontarf Students’ Skills

The Year 10-12 students took part in a ‘Working at Heights’ and ‘Confined Spaces’ course held at Moree TAFE between 7-9 March, 2023, to help them progress with their training and encourage them to further their civil construction studies.

The Inland Rail Skills Academy partnership with the Clontarf Foundation supports the education, training, and employment of Indigenous youth in communities along the Inland Rail alignment.

The Inland Rail Skills Academy is providing $500,000 in funding, over two years, through the Inland Rail Skills Academy to support fourteen Clontarf Academies along the rail corridor in Queensland and New South Wales.

This funding is helping to boost school retention, develop leadership skills and create pathways to employment through training opportunities for Indigenous regional youth.

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