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Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Longitudinal study of outcomes for participants involved in NAB’s Indigenous Employment Program
Authors: Preece, C 
Daly, A 
Gebremedhin, T 
Institution: ANZSOG Institute for Governance (University of Canberra)
Publication Date: 30-Aug-2012
Keywords: Indigenous
Career & personal development
Guiding principles
Abstract: This report is the second in a three-year longitudinal evaluation of NAB’s Indigenous Employment Program (IEP) Its purpose is to track the career and personal development of Indigenous employees following the Guiding Principles of the Social and Emotional Wellbeing Framework 2004 for Indigenous people.1 The research captures the experience of 39 Managers, 38 trainees/employees and 8 trainers and educators as reported in interviews undertaken in late 2010. Under the program, Indigenous students in their last two years of high school and older full-time trainees undertake traineeships with NAB which enable them to gain experience while completing a qualification and earning a wage. This report reviews the experience of these trainees and for the first time, Indigenous permanent employees.
Keywords: Employment; Education and Training -- Vocational training; Culture -- Indigenous
Research collection: Reports and technical papers
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