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Allara Learning renew partnership with the Cowboys

Posted on September 13, 2018

Allara Learning renew partnership with the Cowboys

Allara Learning and the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are thrilled to announce they will be continuing their strong partnership with a major sponsorship extension from 2019.

Allara Learning will continue their role as the training partner for the Cowboys Dream, Believe Achieve hospitality program.

Established in 2015, the award-winning training and employment program delivers accredited hospitality courses to unemployed and disadvantaged North Queenslanders, with mentoring support to assist in completing training and securing ongoing paid employment.

Allara Learning will also expand their existing relationship with the club, signing on as the official training provider for the Cowboys Leagues Club.

Throughout the two-year partnership, two hundred local jobseekers have graduated from the Dream, Believe, Achieveprogram with nationally recognised qualifications in hospitality. 13 Cowboys Players have also recently undertaken a Diploma of Hospitality Management and Business to provide them with the opportunity and skills to pursue another career after Rugby League.

Allara Learning CEO Andrew Lewis said he’s proud of the training outcomes achieved, which have positively changed the lives of so many.

“We are delighted to further extend our relationship with the North Queensland Cowboys”, Lewis said.

“Allara Learning and the North Queensland Cowboys are committed to continually making a positive contribution to the North Queensland region through successful engagement of training and education”, Lewis said.

Cowboys Chief Commercial Officer Jeff Reibel said the partnership renewal is built around a joint desire to deliver quality training programs that result in strong employment outcomes for North Queenslanders.

“This new extended partnership is a huge win for our club and really showcases our drive to collaborate with local organisations in supporting job seekers in learning new skills to better their futures”, Reibel said.


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