Master Builders Association NSW

Master Builders Association NSW

   <– Click to view The engagement of apprentices, regarded by the Association as future builders, is another top priority. “We are seeing a steady decrease in the interest in the employment of apprentices, so we must halt that decline and make our industry more attractive to young Australians,” says...

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Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL)

Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL)

 <– click to view   The Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) was founded in 1969. From a handful of companies the association has grown to now represent over 3000 companies across Australia, who collectively represent around 85% of the security industry. Members include small, large and multinational security organisations....

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Australia Defence Association (ADA)

Australia Defence Association (ADA)

 <– click to view   The public-interest watchdog monitoring Australia’s defence Founded in Perth in 1975, the Australia Defence Association (ADA) is the independent, non-partisan, national public interest watchdog for strategic security, defence and wider national security issues. The ADA’s public-interest oversight therefore focuses on ministerial, governmental and parliamentary accountability...

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Retirement Living Council (RLC)

Retirement Living Council (RLC)

 <– Click to view   The Retirement Living Council is a division of the Property Council of Australia, the national peak body for property developers. The Council was created in 2012, following a long discussion and merger process between the Property Council and a smaller peak body, the Retirement Village...

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Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)

Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)

 <– Click to view The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is the peak membership body and advocate for the Australian healthcare system. The organisation started more than 60 years ago and aims to represent public healthcare and hospitals all across the country. They call themselves the voice in public...

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Franchise Council of Australia (FCA)

Franchise Council of Australia (FCA)

 <– Click to view   Developing a Strong and Financially Stable Sector.   Established in 1983, the Franchise Council of Australia Limited (FCA) is a not-for-profit peak body association that develops a financially strong and viable franchising sector in Australia. The FCA establishes international standards of best practice for Australian...

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Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association (PACIA)

Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association (PACIA)

 <– Click to view   Australian Chemistry Industry underpinning sustainable manufacturing The Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association (PACIA) is the national body representing companies in the $40bn Australian chemistry industry, Australia’s second largest manufacturing sector. The sector directly employs more than 60,000 people, contributing approximately 11.5% of total Australian manufacturing....

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UDIA Queensland

UDIA Queensland

 <– Click to view   Developing and strengthening communities throughout Queensland   The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is a national, not-for-profit organisation representing the development industry. Established in 1971, the Queensland office is the largest of the UDIA state bodies. The organisation was formed to represent on an...

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Restaurants and Catering Association Australia

Restaurants and Catering Association Australia

<– Click to view   Restaurant and Catering Australia: Standing and Delivering   With over 35,000 food service businesses across Australia, there’s bound to be the occasional problem or discrepancy. At first it affects an isolated area; then, gradually, others experience the same setbacks. If not for Restaurant & Catering...

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Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)

Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)

  Click to view In 2000, Sydney hosted what became known as the “Green Games.” An emphasis was placed on future use of Olympic infrastructure – from stadia to the athletes’ village – as well as the long-term sustainability and environmental impact of these structures, an aspect never considered before...

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