First Chief Executive In Place for Whanganui Training Trust

“We are the career hub. We’re a bridge to employment - that’s what we do.” - Sally Ross

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Te Pūwaha wins Best Practice Collaboration at EDNZ Awards

Te Pūwaha, Whanganui’s port revitalisation project, was awarded the top prize in the Best Practice Collaboration category at the Economic Development NZ Awards.

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Training Facilitator Focuses on Future

“We want Whanganui people to be a highly trained population - that’s the end game.” - Kristine Dickson

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Youth Employment Leader Is in the Right Space

“This role was exactly what I was looking for.” - Steph Graham

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Youth Advocate Seeks Employers to Inspire

“We need to broaden our kid’s horizons to the employment opportunities that are out there.” - Angela Beagley

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Business activator bridges people and port

The Whanganui District Employment Training Trust (WDETT) is pleased to announce the appointment of Port Employment Precinct Business Activator, Seletar Taputoro.

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