Resources Training Council’s Fundraising Raffle 2022
Supporting Mates in Mining
The Resources Training Council 5th Conference & Exhibition are proud to support Mates in Mining and the work they do in our industry. To raise much needed funds, the RTC are running a multi-prize fundraising raffle which will be drawn during our conference dinner on Monday 23 May 2022.
Fundraising prizes have kindly been donated by Tutis Vreddo, Downer Group, The Emporium Hotel South Bank, Ok Tedi, Redpath Mining. Prizes and gift vouchers are still being accepted to support our friends at Mates in Mining by emailing our conference organiser.
Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50.
Your chance to be a winner!
1st Prize Beach House Holiday with ocean views for 5 nights at beautiful Peregian Beach Noosa on the Sunshine Coast for up to 8 guests, pet friendly, pool, air conditioned and five minute walk to the beach – value $2,400.
Mental Health First Aid Training for 1 Participant – value $385
BBQ Boat Hire Bribie Island – value $400
Prize Apple iPad – value $849
Overnight accommodation at The Emporium Hotel South Bank – value $300
Gourmet Food and Drink Hamper – value $250
Tickets available online prior to the event or at the conference on Monday 23 May 2022.
If your organisation would like to support our fundraising initiative for Mates in Mining, you still have time to donate a prize or gift voucher by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms & Conditions:
Winners will be drawn during the Resources Training Council’s 5th Conference & Exhibition Dinner on Monday 23 May 2022. Ticket sales will close 30 minutes before the winners are drawn. Winners will be announced on the night. Those not in attendance who win a prize will be contacted by phone following the event. For prize conditions and details contact 0412 818 099.
MATES in Mining is an initiative of the Australian Mining industry based on the successful MATES in Construction program in the Australian construction industry. MATES in Mining is affiliated with MATES Australia and conducts its activity under the auspices of MATES in Construction Australia and adheres to the MATES in Construction principles of operation.
MATES in Mining underwent an extensive period of piloting the program to ensure it was culturally appropriate to the mining culture. The pilot was conducted in conjunction with the ACARP project.
The MATES in Mining program is now currently being conducted in a number of mines nationally.