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Title: Creating effective pathways to employment and training for the employment disadvantaged in the Northern Territory
Author: Falk, Ian
Arnott, Allan
Blohm, Ray
Grenfell, Mike
Guenther, John
Wallace, Ruth
Publication location: Darwin
Publisher: Northern Territory. Department of Employment, Education and Training
Publisher now known as: Northern Territory. Department of Education
Notes: © Northern Territory Council Of Social Service, 2004 This report was commissioned by the Northern Territory Department of Employment, Education and Training, with funding provided by the Australian National Training Authority. A project of the Northern Territory Council of Social Service and conducted by a team of researchers from the Charles Darwin University Learning Research Group - Cover
Description / Abstract: Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
"The purpose of the research reported here is to investigate how pathways to employment and training opportunities in the Northern Territory can be created and improved for employment disadvantaged groups. This report contains the outcomes of the research project that spanned five months in 2004. Indigenous issues have not been included as one of the groups for detailed study in this project as barriers to employment for Indigenous people would be a large project in itself." - Executive summary
Physical Description: vii, 143 pages ; 30 cm.
Language: English
Subject: Employment
Government policy
Occupational training
Affirmative action programs
Disadvantage persons
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