Reconciliation action plan

The Department's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is part of a Commonwealth and State policy seeking to close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians on life expectancy, educational achievement and employment opportunities.

  Acknowledgement of country

The Department of Transport acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of this land and pays respect to the Elders past, present and future for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.

  About the Reconciliation Action Plan

In May 2013, we officially launched our Reconciliation Action Plan for 2012-2016 to assist us in promoting reconciliation. The Plan builds on our previous Reconciliation Action Plan and further strengthens relationships with Aboriginal customers, welcoming and accepting differences and commonalities within our cultures and increasing the opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to contribute to DoT's Business.

An Access and Inclusion Committee monitors the implementation of the Plan throughout the Department, ensuring it remains relevant and is achieving its outcomes.

The Plan is a dynamic initiative, developed in consultation with staff across the Department.

The Plan includes actions that are unique to our business and services and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people who access these services, as well as focusing on employment opportunities and raising awareness of cultural diversity.

  How to obtain a copy of the Reconciliation Action Plan

A copy of the Plan is provided in PDF format below.

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  Our commitment to reconciliation

As a major Western Australian agency, we are able to take a leading role in fostering reconciliation. We are committed to:

  • Providing and promoting opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation and employment.
  • Raising awareness within our workforce of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and practices.
  • Influencing and participating in whole of government decisions to achieve equality.
  • Ensuring our facilities, services and information are accessible to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of the community.

  Reconciliation Action Plan related links

  Remote Areas Licensing program

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As part of an ongoing commitment to substantive equality, the Department of Transport has introduced a Remote Areas Licensing program to implement practical solutions to overcome, or minimise, the barriers faced by people living in remote areas when attempting to obtain and retain a driver's licence.

The Remote Areas Licensing service provides mobile service delivery to regional and remote locations in the Kimberley, Pilbara, Mid West and Goldfields regions. This service includes:

Contact us

For more information about the Remote Areas Licensing program or upcoming visits, please contact us by email.

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Remote Areas Licensing program resources

There are a range of resources that can help you prepare and give you some helpful information regarding licensing, your vehicle and proof of identity.

It's a good idea to take a look at some of the below publications before you come see us when we visit so you know what to bring and what the process will be.

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  Driver and Vehicle enquiries (online)

This form is designed for Driver and Vehicle (licensing) enquiries only.

 

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