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Enterprise and Training Company launch locally 

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Enterprise and Training Company has launched locally and provides a wealth of knowledge in employment, training and business services.

Enterprise and Training Company has launched in Bundaberg as part of an expansion of its operations into the Wide Bay and Sunshine Coast regions.

With over 30 years of industry experience, ETC comes with a wealth of knowledge in employment, training and business services.

The not-for-profit, community-oriented company currently provides services along the East Coast of Australia from the NSW Hunter region and now up to Bundaberg.

ETC CEO Jenny Barnett said that due to the success of ETC’s employment contracts with the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations – the not-for-profit company was able to expand.

“Across this region we will be offering Workforce Australia Programs – Self-Employment Assistance and youth focused Transition to Work (TtW),” she said.

ETC’s Self-Employment Assistance provides budding (or current) business owners with guidance, networking, and mentoring opportunities. 

“Start-up businesses, as well as established businesses, will benefit from our services,” ETC Self-Employment Assistance Program Manager Selena Baillie said. 

“We’ll help you to grow, develop best-practice and improve management and operating processes with an expanded suite of products that can be tailored just for you.”

Enterprise and Training Company helps you transition to work

The Transition to Work (TtW) program is a service to support young people aged 15-24 who are not in employment or in education.

“ETC’s TtW program is all about creating an environment where participants feel connected, unique and respected,” ETC TtW Program Manager Billy Unsworth said.

“Our Youth Advisors are passionate about supporting youth through their journey, whether they are still figuring things out, or are ready to get a job straight away.”

The program features a range of supportive group activities. 

These include accredited training and engagement with other programs based on participants needs, interests and skills.

ETC is now operating from eight office locations in the Wide Bay and Sunshine Coast areas, including in Bundaberg.

The local office can be found out 4/12 Barolin Street.

If you are interested in up-skilling or want to find out more about ETC, contact 1800 007 400, or visit www.etcltd.com.au

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