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OCTEC is a successful community business providing employment, education, training and advocacy services
to the Central West, Western NSW and Sydney

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  • About OCTEC
    • Who are we

      Our Organisation

      OCTEC is a successful community business based in Central West NSW and a leader in the important work of empowering disadvantaged members of our communities through education, training and employment services. We also support businesses, large and small, by supplying great staff and getting them trained. Our history: OCTEC started as a two person youth service in Orange (Central West NSW) back in 1976 and has grown to be an award-winning service provider operating across large parts of NSW. Our services: Our services are wide ranging. We deliver vocational education and training in aged care, business, civil construction, disability services, health and safety services, hospitality and waste management. We help people with disability to find and maintain employment. We provide businesses with temp staff through our labour hire service. We support youth at risk of disengaging from the education system to stay engaged and get a qualification. And we run Huntley Berry Farm, an Australian Disability Enterprise and tourist attraction just outside Orange. Our success: There is no particular secret to our success. It’s based on a simple philosophy of local people providing high quality services in their local communities, and doing what they say they will do.

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OCTEC’s Year in Review 2013 (PDF)

Year in Review 2013
DEA

Disability Employment Australia (DEA) Annual Report 2013

As a long-term supporter, Octec is the proud recipient of the Greenfleet Huon Award acknowledging and celebrating the support of over five years.
Racism. It Stops with Me - is a campaign which invitesall Australians to reflecton what they can do to counter racism wherever it happens.
On October 25th 2014, inspirational disability advocate Ben Felten will attempt to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS  title for the Fastest Speed of a motorcycle driven whilst blindfolded, which is currently held by Billy Baxter, of the UK at 265.33 km/h. The record attempt will be held as a Special Feature event of the Temora 1000 on October 25th 2014. OCTEC Limited is a proud sponsor of Ben Felten in his ambitious feat as well as the upcoming formation of 'The In Sight Of Dreams Foundation'.

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247 Anson Street, ORANGE NSW 2800 | Post: P.O. Box 1566,Hours: 9am - 5pm Mon - Fri | P: (02) 6362 7973 | F: (02) 6361 7217

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