RDA Orana is holding a DAMA session on 13 June 2019 in Dubbo, NSW
Recent announcement from Regional Development Australia Orana:
DAMA SESSION PACKAGE DEAL
We are please to announce we have create a special deal for our upcoming MET Industry Forum DAMA Session with the Department of Home Affairs and post networking State of the Region Dinner with keynote speaker Jonathan Pain.
With over 340 jobs advertised in the Orana Region in the past month alone, skilled and semi-skilled migration is an essential element of tackling our workforce shortage and one of the many reasons why the DAMA will be a significant advantage to businesses in the region.
You can find the June Orana Jobs List HERE
If you are interested in being among the first to hear the latest information on the Orana DAMA agreement and networking with government, local industry and business leaders this is the deal for you!
What’s included in the package:
- Be among the first to hear details about the Orana DAMA agreement with a presentation from Megan Dixon RDA Orana Director & Samantha Kearns and Amanda Dansie from the Department of Home Affairs
- Enjoy a delicious 3 course meal from Bellotti’s ltalian Dining
- Connect and network with decision makers, executives, industry representatives and local businesses
- Enjoy a keynote presentation from economist Jonathan Pain
Date: Thursday, 13 June 2019
Time: Dama session 3:45pm to 5:00pm
Location: Lazy River Estate, 29R Old Dubbo Rd, Dubbo NSW 2830
Post Networking: The State of the Region Dinner |Bellotti’s ltalian Dining Dubbo | 7:00pm-10:00pm
Tickets: DAMA & Dinner package $160 | DAMA only $40
Be quick strictly limited tickets!
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