Indigenous Cultural Awareness Training

August 31, 2017

Ranger Drilling is actively working on increasing our Aboriginal workforce over the next 12 months, and as a result, we have arranged for the Wirrpanda foundation to provide us with cultural awareness training sessions to ensure we are one step closer to reaching our goals.

We will also be engaging with local Indigenous Western Australians living in communities in and around the Gold fields region, to explain our drilling operations processes and employment opportunities available with Ranger Drilling.

Our long-term goal is to engage candidates for workplace training, enabling them to become full-time team members of Ranger Drilling.

We are committed to the successful implementation of the program and will provide adequate support to ensure a positive outcome.

In addition to these programs, Ranger Drilling continues to work with the Wirrpanda Foundation, the Carey Right Track Foundation and the Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre to provide successful work opportunities and employment outcomes for Indigenous Australians.


Aboriginal-style painting of Uluru and Kangaroos.