Latest CVGT Australia News including our COVID-19 updates.

Indigenous Program

Students shine in school-based traineeships

The first group of students enrolled in our School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships Indigenous program are about to complete their work placements. Photo: School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships students Ruby, Annalise and Chase (front, left to right), with Robyn McKay from NCCMA, Sharnie Hamilton from Parks Victoria, and Rhonda Penney from CVGT Australia (rear, left …

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Artwork reflects community

The Albury branch has received a colourful and culturally significant addition with a painting from award-winning Aboriginal artist David Dunn that reflects CVGT Australia’s relationship with community. David delivered the artwork to branch manager Lisa O’Dea this week. Lisa said the artwork would be hung in the front section of the branch, which will enable …

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Local Aboriginal COVID-19 response networks

Aboriginal communities are working to establish Local Aboriginal COVID-19 Response Networks to help deliver important services local communities. The networks, to be completed with the Victorian Government, will be designed to be a platform where community members and organisations can access and share information about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts; seek referral points; raise …

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Closing the Gap

Local artist Ronald Kerr explains the meaning of his painting ‘Closing the Gap’ which holds pride of place in the foyer of the CVGT Australia Head Office located in Bendigo. Ronald Kerr is part of the traditional owner group of Dja Dja Wurrung Country, Central Victoria, and works with Dja Dja Wurrung as a Project …

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