|Writers||Stefan Moore (writer)
|Plot||A group of Indigenous trainees are about to take part in one of the most impressive roadwork construction efforts in Australian history, but first they will have to overcome their personal struggles - not only to complete their construction certificate but to achieve long-term employment; a hurdle they have faced all their lives. Now, these participants are taking part in a unique training program that aims to take long term unemployed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders into ongoing secure work. The first of its kind in Australia, this culturally sensitive course has been specifically developed to meet the needs of modern Indigenous people in an attempt to close the gap of employment disadvantage. Along with the standard Certificate II in Civil Construction, the flexible course includes training in literacy, numeracy, life skills and personal development. Through observational footage and intimate interviews the film will follow the trainees' journeys from recruitment to graduation. Looking at these courageous people attempting to overcome immense personal burdens, Constructive Mob is a film about succeeding despite the odds. Ultimately, it is a story about mateship, teamwork and healing value of humour even in the direst of circumstances while offering an honest look at modern urban Indigenous life.... search for Constructive Mob on IMDb|
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