'Make Tomorrow In Manufacturing' Initiative Launched

Global Skills is excited to be a consortium partner in the Bara Barang: Make Tomorrow in Manufacturing initiative, which launched last week on the Central Coast.

Bara Barang: Make Tomorrow in Manufacturing is a consortium of Aboriginal and mainstream organisations, funded by the National Indigenous Australians Agency. This initiative aims to facilitate a community design process and develop employment opportunities in the manufacturing industry for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people aged 15-30.

Global Skills Executive Manager Martin Petersons attended the program’s launch, which coincided with Bara Barang’s 10th Anniversary celebrations at E-BisGlobal in Tuggerah. He commented, “Working with industry and community leaders across the Central Coast, ‘Make Tomorrow in Manufacturing’ aims not only to enhance employment opportunities for Aboriginal people in the manufacturing sector but also to create more diverse, inclusive, and culturally safe workplaces. We are proud to be a partner in this initiative.”

Global Skills extends its heartfelt thanks to everyone involved in the successful launch of this project and look forward to helping make this initiative a success. We also congratulate Bara Barang on reaching their 10-year anniversary milestone.