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Experience this week

Great having young Josiah with us for work experience this week. He is picking up so much so fast and has even been on site with our technician Brad, well done Josiah




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Workshop learning new skills

In May Bernice & Lauren who are based in Wadeye, an Aboriginal community in the NT spent a week with NFIT attending workshops learning new skills. Jeremy conducted training on how the Call Centre operates answering customer calls and the protocols that are used. He also instructed them on how to set up a workstation.

Supporting Katherine

Supporting Katherine

Our customers are important to us so when we knew AMSANT were having there annual general meeting with other members across the NT area we were happy to support them by sending out out technicians to insure the IT systems were running well through out the week. its important to support local community with these events

Expanding Our Training to SA

Expanding Our Training to SA

In a new partnership with our clients in South Australia we now have two young trainees Dale and Jerome, they are working and studying their Cert 4 in information technology providing on the ground support, through this program they are getting the opportunity to grow there skills by working closely with us. Dale and Jerome spent the week with us working with the team and completing there onboarding.



Buffs award

Darwin Buffaloes Sponsorship Award

Its been a great honor to sponsor the juniors Darwin Buffaloes teams through out the 20/21 NTFL season

Cameron Stokes thanking Jeremy Boucher for NFITs sponsorship over the last few years, thank you Cam look forward to the future with the buffs!

IT Workshops for the community at Wadeye.

IT Workshops for the community at Wadeye.

Last week we commenced a series of IT Workshops for the community at Wadeye. It was great to have so many people show their interest and attend. The purpose of these workshops is to help people improve their computer knowledge as well as provide the opportunity for someone with an interest in IT to begin a career with us. Thank you Wadeye it was a great start and we cant wait to come back next week if the weather improves
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A proud employer moment!

Peter Fry joined us several years ago seeking an opportunity in IT. Since then he has worked hard to forge a career in IT culminating in being promoted recently to the Site Lead at Tindal Air Base.
Our goal of providing Opportunity through Technology for young aboriginal people is starting to pay off, we hope to share more stories like this with you in the near future.
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Very proud to share this exciting news with you

We are very proud to share this exciting news with you. We have been chosen as the Managed IT Service provider for two Aboriginal health services in South Australia. Thank you Nunyara Aboriginal Health Service in Whyalla and Yadu Health Aboriginal Corporation in Ceduna for having the confidence in our capability to support you. #creatingopportunitythroughtechnology #southaustralia #northernterritory #aboriginalhealth

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2020 Virtual Big Day In presentations

Videos of the 2020 Virtual @thebigdayin presentations from our awesome presenters this year are available on our Youtube Channel for you & your students to view at your convenience – such a great resource!! Check them out!


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Congratulations to the students at Palmerston College Yr 12

Congratulations to the students at Palmerston College Yr 12 Clontarf on your graduation. What a great result to have 22 boys graduate as part of this program.

The Clontarf Foundation exposes the boys to different worksites to encourage different career pathways to get their minds thinking about their futures. We are proud to support Clontarf with their program.



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