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Get Skilled Access partner with the Australian Grand Prix for the next four years


This is an important step for AGPC.

To celebrate the International Day of People with Disability, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) has today announced its continued partnership with Get Skilled Access for the next four years.

Get Skilled Access and AGPC are entering their fifth year of partnership and together have developed its Disability and Inclusion Action Plan 2022 – 2024 to implemented at both the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix, Australia Motorcycle Grand Prix and throughout the workplace.

This is an important step as AGPC focus on providing for the diverse needs of all fans and enhancing the experience for everyone inclusive of those with disabilities.

Get Skilled Access Co-Founder and Australian wheelchair tennis player, Dylan Alcott has worked with AGPC over many years and is looking forward to creating events that continue to push the boundaries in the accessible and inclusion space.

“I have seen first-hand the work AGPC has done over the years to ensure they are delivering an inclusive event that can be enjoyed by all,” Alcott said.

“I look forward to continuing the partnership between Get Skilled Access and AGPC as we work together to set the benchmark for accessibility and inclusion at motorsport events both in Australia and around the world,” he continued.

AGPC Deputy General Manager – Operations, Tom Mottram is proud the announce the continued partnership with Get Skilled Access.

“Get Skilled Access have been a valued partner of AGPC for the last five years, and we look forward to together implementing the Disability and Inclusion Action Plan 2022 – 2024, “ Mottram said.

“AGPC is committed to creating two international motorsport events that provide a diverse range of experiences with a focus on inclusion for everyone,” he continued.