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Jaytex: Building opportunities for young people

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Jaytex Construction employs indigenous apprentices through connections with YouthWorxNT

Jaytex supports the work and shares the vision that YouthWorX NT has for Territory’s youth, through Transition to Work programs and services.

Jaytex Construction employs indigenous apprentices and one construction administration trainee through connections with YouthWorxNT.

Apprentices are enrolled to complete a Certificate III in Carpentry and work across all of their sites. The administration trainee is enrolled to complete a Certificate III in Work Health and Safety at CDU. 

Jaytex is passionate about the Apprenticeship and Mentorship program and supporting young indigenous people through meaningful, long term employment.

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