Success Stories

CDP Market Garden Activity Team transform motel garden

The Palm Island CDP Market Garden Activity Team have been hard at work landscaping the garden at the Palm Island Motel. Under the guidance of Activities Manager Peter Sherry, job seekers Malcolm Larry, James King, Malcolm Kennedy and Robert Thompson planted lilly pillys, crotons, miniature hibiscus and mondo grass in the new garden beds at the […]

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Hand and Power Tools course success

Six members of the Recycling Activity Team recently completed their Hand and Power Tools course. The training was conducted on Palm Island by Industry Training which is a local RTO. The course covers a range of topics from planning and preparation of use, tool selection, safety protocols and work space housekeeping. Successful completion is marked […]

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Sunshine Be Seen in 2018 Diversity Career Fair

Photo credit: Brimbank City Council   On 23rd May 2018, the team in Sunshine hosted their first Be Seen Diversity Career Fair. The event aimed to bring together Campbell Page customers and partner employers in an informal setting to chat about potential work opportunities. Doors opened at 10:30am, with many customers waiting eagerly with resumes to […]

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Student Success from the Be Seen Hospitality Program

Yesterday, students, staff, community partners and employers of the Be Seen Hospitality Program came together to celebrate its end and their accomplishments. The program saw students gain new skills and knowledge in hospitality with the aim of finding employment in the industry. The program saw some truly amazing outcomes with 16 program participants entering brokered […]

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Community Development Programme Members Set Sail with Maritime Training

This week, three members from our Community Development Programme, Joshua Friday, Thomas Hanson and Stephen Chapman were chosen to take part in the Tribal Warrior Corporations Maritime Training Program. The Tribal Warrior Aboriginal Corporation was established by concerned Aboriginal people with a view to spread and vitalise Aboriginal culture, and to provide economic and social […]

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Record Breaking Deadly Didge N Dance Festival

After much planning, preparation and excitement the Deadly Didge N Dance Festival was held at Palm Island over the weekend and what a success it was! 2018 marks the centenary of the first forced placement of people on Palm Island. The centenary  and the event, provided an opportunity to reflect on the past 100 years, to celebrate […]

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