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APRIL 2024

At the end of last year, VicWater took over management of the Insight Executive Leadership for Women in Water program, with funding support from DEECA and ongoing sponsorship from the Hon Harriet Shing, Minister for Water.

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APRIL 2024

Earlier this year, Central Highlands Water (CHW) got in touch, to ask if Jo or I would be willing to have a chat to their four female trainees. Of course we jumped at the chance and before we knew it, Jo and I were on a train hurtling towards Ballarat for a really quite excellent day.

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APRIL 2024

Workforce Readiness Project

The project working group has had its first meeting to begin finalising what the function of the Training Academy will be and then designing the best operating model for the Academy.

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