Good Practices in Indigenous Employment, Training & Enterprise Development (IETED)

End Date: Jul 2014

This project involved a review and synthesis of the literature on good practices in IETED. The data is drawn primarily from previous research undertaken by CSRM, including the Centre’s work with QGC, BG Group’s Australian coal seam gas business. The aim of the research was to extend existing knowledge on IETED by:

·         Determining how best to apply current knowledge to the gas sector

·         Providing specifics on how to implement good practices in the gas sector

·         Identifying considerations that would be specific to different country contexts.

Project Aims

  • The primary aim of this project was to document principles and methods of implementing good practice in IETED that are relevant to the oil and gas sectors. This review is intended to inform a larger project to compile a resource kit for BG Group that will provide guidance to practitioners on how to implement good practice in IETED in the oil and gas sectors.

Publications

Funding Body / Partners

  • BG group

Associated CSRM Staff / Students

Other Associated Researchers

  • Zoe Carroll
  • Ramanie Kunanayagam