Non Executive Director
Dan is a Wongatha man from the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia. After completing secondary school, Daniel worked in mine sites around Kalgoorlie, before beginning his tertiary education studying Geology at Curtin University of Technology in Perth Western Australia. He now has over 31 years experience in the resources and contracting industries, covering both operational and corporate activities.
He is currently the Managing Director of a contract mining company, Carey Mining Pty Ltd, which he founded in 1995. As the Managing Director, he addresses; operational, strategic and financial issues, which includes reviewing acquisition and business options in relation to his clients’ interests.
Daniel inspires a consistent approach, which drives operational momentum towards ‘big picture’ outcomes for his company. He employs creative critical thinking staff for complex problem solving, along with the genuine motivation towards promoting the personal and professional development of each of his staff.
He is a persuasive communicator with excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural skills, who is able to organize and motivate people to meet objectives in line with his company’s corporate goals.His extensive experience in culturally diverse environments ensures excellent team cohesion. He is well informed in comprehensive change and transformation management with different cultures.
Chief Executive Officer
Paul joined Carey Training in May 2011 and brought with him a long and successful history of management experience and practices, including human resource and financial management, strategic planning, marketing and promotional management activities and high level industrial relations.
Prior to joining Carey Training, Paul was the Manager – Training of the largest private RTO in South Australia (ATEC) and was responsible for all of its operations including managing up to 55 staff, operational budgets, recruitment, marketing, resource management and staff performance and appraisals. His role also included the development and monitoring of strategic plans and staff to achieve targeted outcomes and economic objectives. Prior to ATEC, Paul managed two Australian Apprenticeships Centres (ATEC and Business SA) and applied all of the tasks previously listed.
Paul is strongly committed to business growth through the professional and ethical delivery of the highest level of customer service, delivering on promises, building trusting and mutually beneficial relationships with clients and creating a harmonious workplace where all staff are respected and valued.
Paul holds a Diploma of Management, Cert.IV in Frontline Management, Cert.IV in Training and Assessment and Cert.III in Engineering (Mechanical Tradesperson) qualification. He is also a member of the Quarter Club and the Resource and Engineering Skills Alliance.
Jamie joined Carey Training in November 2011 and brought with him a wealth of experience and knowledge with regards to managing registered training organisation (RTO) operations and associated compliance matters, and as a change manager and agent for the introduction and implementation of new policies, procedures and systems to enhance business operations across many facets, including information and technology, reporting and general business operations. At Carey Training, Jamie’s role includes the provision of effective leadership for the administration, coordination and management of the organisation and its programs, management and oversight of financial and administrative operations, implementation of the organisation’s goals and objectives, and design and management of the organisation’s quality management system.
Prior to joining Carey Training, Jamie worked as a the RTO Manager / National Project Manager at Lee Hecht Harrison where he was responsible for management of the RTO division of the business, and was responsible for managing the deployment of large scale training programs in Australia, and overseas, on behalf of client organisations. Major clients he has serviced in this time include DP World, Sony Australia, University of Adelaide and Peak Gold Mines.
Coupled with Jamie’s highly developed experienced in managing a Registered Training Organisation with responsibility for complying with AQTF standards, Jamie also managers Carey Training’s formal Quality Management (AS/NZS ISO9001:2008) accreditation, responsible for designing the associated quality policies and procedures, and managing requirements for the organisations’ ongoing compliance and certification.