Naval Shipbuilding College supports diversity

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Naval Shipbuilding College Program Director Bill Docalovich said he is excited to have struck a partnership with an emerging and innovative Australian business.

 

“They provide a one-stop-shop for all business travel needs.”

 

“They are a nimble, boutique travel business with national knowledge and expertise. So, it’s perfect for us and we look forward to engaging with a successful, indigenous business.”

 

“In Travel Group will support the Naval Shipbuilding College to build a skilled naval shipbuilding workforce that is diverse and represents the broader community.”

 

In Travel Group Executive Director and Founder Dwayne Good said his business is continuing to kick goals in indigenous employment.

 

“As a business, we thrive on partnerships like this which contribute to the progress of indigenous Australians. That’s really important and valuable to us.”

 

“This partnership provides our business with a lot of confidence moving forward – it means we are excelling in customer service delivery and that can only get better as we evolve.”

 

In Travel Group provides meaningful career opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people seeking employment in the travel industry.

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