The course creates employment pathways by providing basic skills and nationally recognised training needed to find entry level work in resource development, Mr Morrissey said.
What does NRT stand for?
NRT stands for Nationally Recognised Training (Australia)
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- Military and Government
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We have 97 other meanings of NRT in our Acronym Attic
- Navy Region South West
- New Roads and Street Works (UK)
- New River Solid Waste Association
- New Roads and Street Works Act 1991
- National Resource Sharing Working Group (National Library of Australia)
- National Rail Timetable (UK)
- National Recreation Trail (National Trails System; US Interior Department)
- National Reporting Toolkit (environmental software; United Arab Emirates)
- National Response Team
- National Rotorcraft Transport
Samples in periodicals archive:
The volunteers will take part in a nationally recognised training course aimed at developing new skills and enabling people to give something back to the community.
As a registered training organisation in Australia, IIBT offers you quality assured and nationally recognised training.
He backed an announcement from the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority proposing that the fast food chain McDonald's, Network Rail and budget airline Flybe provide in-house diplomas which will be nationally recognised training awards.
AES also announced that more than 4,600 sales staff are now accredited with the nationally recognised training scheme EnergySure, almost 80pc of energy sales agents nationwide.
uk provides access to nationally recognised training and qualifications for free and is run in partnership with Vision2Learn, as well as skills councils, colleges and the National Awarding Body, the NCFE.
Skills build worker Chris Ramsbottom said: "We are repeating this course due to the demand for high quality, subsidised and nationally recognised training.
Most of those in the voluntary sector want to be upskilled, but because of cash boundaries, they've never had access to nationally recognised training.