About our social Enterprises
The Lady Caroline is a 33 foot composite hulled boat built by students of BTC Employment Services and Training through a Community Training Partnership programme. All materials plans and resources for the project were provided by Career Employment Australia Inc. This accredited training was funded by the then Queensland Department of Employment and Training. The cruiser was donated to WynMET due to their close proximity to the Moreton Bay.
The cruiser is made available free of charge to community not-for-profit groups for their use. Under no circumstances will this vessel be used for any commercial or money making activities.
The types of organization which the cruiser will be made available to will be: special education units at Queensland Government schools, disability groups, aged groups, other not-for-profit organizations. The organizations using the cruiser will have to have their own public liability insurance.
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Mudflat Toys commenced in August 1996 as the result of an idea developed by two past members of the Rotary Club of Wynnum and Manly. The concept was to develop a woodworking workshop to enable volunteers, generally, Rotarians, to manufacture high quality wooden toys for donation to under-privileged children. This is done mainly through local charities and children’s institutions or other organizations dealing with children at risk WynMET auspiced this activity from 2000 and from 2002 Career Employment Australia Inc provided funds and support for this social activity.