Phoenix Transport is currently recruiting owner drivers with vehicles:
In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, CMV Dandenong handed over six all new Croner PD 25 280 curtain siders to Visy Logistics and the graduates of their Female Drivers Trainee Program. Read more
Livestock businesses operating in the Maranoa region will have the opportunity to develop their cattle handling and transport skills over two free workshops with renowned industry expert Tom Shephard next month. Read more
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has today announced the expansion of its wage subsidy program for apprentices and trainees, with $1.2 billion going towards creating around 70,000 new apprentice and trainee places.
As the daughter of a truckie, Samantha Haynes (32) has been around trucks her whole life – and she’s put in the hard yards to get to where she wants to be.
A new course for aspiring mechanics, designed to act as a potential pathway to an apprenticeship, has been welcomed by a local industry veteran, who believes it could help to fill the crippling skills gap in regional areas.
In a pool of 49 truck drivers at Ipswich City Council, Belinda Janson is currently the only female, but the council is looking to change that. A new employment program aims to bring more female recruits into the council’s truck driving roles.
A pilot program that began in early 2020 is paving the way for unemployed youth to begin a career in the transport and logistics industry.
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