Updated: Sep 15
We are able to participate in another Community beneficial Conservation and Ecosystem
Management traineeship program with the help of Reclink Australia's Skilling Queenslanders for Work Job Pathways Program.
Reclink trainees will be helping with the Friends of Lagoon Creek and Moreton bay council restoration projects of the lagoon creek environmental reserve and will help contribute to other local conservation Landcare/ Bushcare and Community-based projects. Past projects have imvolved a native landscaping project at Centenary lakes.
The program is designed to give disadvantaged participants experience and qualifications in their field of study while contributing to community based projects to help secure them long term employment.
Another aspect of the program is focused on helping participants gain essential life skills by connecting, empowering, and engaging individuals with information and community resources that will help support and build their individual and professional development.
Reclink Trainees learn the basis for conservation and land management through the program and help participate in community-run projects for greater environmental outcomes in the moreton bay area.
The Reclink Traineeship program is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government through its Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative.