Sign up for a business capability workshop
The Inland Rail Skills Academy is ensuring local businesses are provided with opportunities to build capability and supply chain readiness to meet the requirements of major projects.
We are progressing to the tendering stage for many of our projects in Queensland. The Inland Rail Skills Academy is holding free workshops to inform and educate local and Indigenous businesses interested in supplying to Inland Rail and other major projects.
Session topics include:
- what is a capability statement
- what to include in your statement
- using your capability statement
- developing your ‘elevator pitch’.
Each workshop includes one-on-one support, with the option to book a follow up mentoring appointment.
Workshops start at 8.30am for a 9am start and will finish at 4.30pm. Morning tea and lunch will be provided.
Choose your workshop location from the schedule below, email email@example.com to register your interest and we will be in touch.
|Tuesday, 24 November 2020||Beaudesert|
|Wednesday, 25 November 2020||Ipswich|
|Thursday, 26 November 2020||Gatton|
|Tuesday, 1 December 2020||Logan|
|Wednesday, 2 December 2020||Toowoomba|
|Thursday, 3 December 2020||Toowoomba (for Indigenous businesses only)|
|Monday, 7 December 2020||Pittsworth|
|Tuesday, 8 December 2020||Millmerran|
|Wednesday, 9 December 2020||Goondiwindi|
For more information about the Inland Rail Skills Academy, visit our website.
December 1, 2020
ARTC modern slavery statement 2020
At ARTC, we strongly believe that all people around the world have the right to live free from exploitation. We are committed to doing our part to ensure that slavery in any form does not occur within our supply chain.
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Inland Rail breaks ground on Narrabri to North Star
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Accelerated opportunities for local businesses
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