Employment and training

Solid Pathways to success

Our second Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) August 2019 – July 2022, commits INPEX to increasing direct employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to 36 people, or three per cent of employees by the end of July 2022.

The ‘Solid Pathways’ program is a key initiative to assist INPEX in achieving this commitment.

The program provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with learning and developmental employment opportunities in the energy industry.

The program’s participants will receive on-the-job support and external training for 12 to 18 months in preparation for potential long-term employment with INPEX Australia in Darwin, Perth and offshore.

“Through its business activities, INPEX is laying the foundations for sustainable, multi-generational economic participation opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. INPEX is integrating employment opportunities into the way we do business,” Senior Vice President Corporate Tetsu Murayama says.