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Brokers rally for flood relief

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Staff Reporter

Intellitrain is aiming to raise $10,000 to help the flood relief efforts in Queensland.

The company has announced it will donate $50 from every Certificate IV and Diploma enrolment through until the end of February.

Intellitrain's general manager of sales and marketing Byron Gray said the company had experienced first-hand the devastating affects of the floods, and as such wants to help in any way possible.

"Our goal to raise $10,000 is ambitious but we believe it's achievable - you need only turn on the TV to see how many people are in need of help".

The company’s employees were not able to enter the offices last week due to the floods.

“Roads throughout Brisbane are extremely dangerous so as a precaution we've activated our flood management plan, secured all student records and enabled systems to facilitate our team to work remotely. We're thankful that all staff and their families are safe,” Mr Gray said.

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