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Skills Active/EMQUAL Collaboration

MEDIA STATEMENT


Friday 7 December 2012


Joint Statement/Press Release

Skills Active/EMQUAL Collaboration

Skills Active and EMQUAL are very happy to announce the two ITOs have entered into an agreement that will see the two organisations collaborating at governance and operational levels to:

¢ Strengthen each organisations ability to meet the needs of its respective industries, employers and trainees and;

¢ Collectively improve operational effectiveness and efficiencies.

The agreement is formalised through a Memorandum of Understanding signed today by EMQUAL Chairman David Guard andSkills Active Chairman Sam Napia.


ENDS


¢ EMQAUL is the industry training organisation for the fire and rescue services industry.

¢ Skills Active is the industry training organisation for the sports, fitness and recreation industry including the planning, management, promotion and delivery of sport, fitness, community recreation, outdoor recreation, diving (excluding aquaculture) and snowsport industries.

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