Coates kicks goals with Clontarf

EQUIPMENT hire company Coates Hire has pledged to grow Indigenous apprenticeship participation rates to 10% and increase the overall Indigenous employee participation rate to 2.5% by 2025, as part of a recently released Reconciliation Action Plan.

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Coates Hire group manager – corporate communications & sustainability Sheridan Jones (left), Coates Hire chairman and Seven Group Holdings managing director and CEO Ryan Stokes, Clontarf Academy director Jeff Hardy, Coates Hire executive general manager – people & safety Gail Symons, and Coates Hire CEO Murray Vitlich.

This will be helped by Coates' recent commitment to national not-for-profit organisation the Clontarf Foundation to cover the costs for 120 young Indigenous men to participate in Clontarf's program at