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CDC to be Established in Murray Bridge

 

RDAMR have announce that as of December 1st 2015, they will be providing an in-house Career Development Centre in their Murray Bridge Office.

At the end of November, MADEC’s contract partnership with Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland Inc (RDAMR) for the provision of Career Services and Ticket to Training programs will be completed for the 2014/15 period.

RDAMR would like to announce that as of the 1 December 2015, they will be performing this function in-house with the establishment of a Career Development Centre in the Murraylands office, located at 137 Adelaide Road, Murray Bridge.

MADEC originally came on board as a subcontractor under RDAMR’s Skills for Jobs in Regions project and over time both organisations have enjoyed a strong partnership, which has complimented the services offered by RDAMR in the region. 

Today RDAMR has a strong link with the business and job seeker community in the region and the move to establish an in-house Career Development Centre is a natural progression in their service offering. More specifically, this format has been proven to work extremely well throughout all of the other RDA offices in the State and will see RDAMR move to provide a uniform level of service throughout South Australia.

Chief Executive, Jo Podoliak stated that RDAMR has been very happy with the services and outcomes previously provided by MADEC and that they were looking forward to providing consistent services to jobseekers at a State level.

“We believe that our strength in economic development and advisory services with employers leaves us well placed to directly connect these businesses in the region with people seeking jobs and training to support future employment goals” said Chief Executive, Jo Podoliak.

RDAMR will be recruiting to find a suitable candidate for the Career Practitioner position at the Murraylands Career Development Centre in the coming weeks. 

RDAMR will be working closely with MADEC to ensure that there is no impact on clients throughout the transition period and to ensure that the relationship remains fruitful for both parties in the future. 

RDAMR would like to thank MADEC for their high level of service throughout the years and look forward to their continuing support for the CDC and Ticket to Training Services.

For further information please contact:

Jo Podoliak, Chief Executive, Murraylands Office - (08) 8535 7170 / jpodoliak(at)rdamr.com.au