DSE Trucks has been operating for over 27 years in the transport industry and has a well known reputation for “Delivering Service Excellence”.
Western Roads Federation (WRF) is celebrating the announcement by the WA Government of $6.1 million in funding for an industry-developed program to train 1000 new truck drivers. Read more
The Productivity Commission’s final report into Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector has called for serious overhaul around its confusing and underperforming aspects. Read more
Driving trucks is in the blood of 32-year-old Luke Bishop whose great aunt was legendary Cape York female road transport identity Toots Holzheimer.
Two TAFE Queensland apprentices were given a once in a lifetime training experience, working alongside the Shell V-Power Racing Team at the Dick Johnson Racing workshop on the Gold Coast.
Several years ago, then 17-year-old Jake Caulfield walked into the company’s office and asked if he could get a job driving a truck.
It was about 12 years ago that Theresa Scott packed up her carving knives and her suitcase, leaving behind the career she had built working as a chef at a New Zealand casino to embark on a new adventure in Australia.
The Queensland Trucking Association and Daimler Trucks and Bus Australia have announced the Daimler Emerging Leaders Scholarship recipients for 2020/21.
Through the Flexible Learning Options (FLO) Government program, the Motor Trade Association (MTA) is providing career pathways that are helping young people in South Australia re-engage with their learning.
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