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Skilling Queenslanders for Work

Work Ready Program

This Skilling Queenslanders for Work project is proudly funded by the Queensland Government. 

 

This program aims to equip participants with job readiness skills, connection to networks and direct engagement with local employers.

 

Ready for Work is one of eight programs that make up the Queensland Government’s Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiatives.

 

It aims to support people from refugee, asylum seeker and migrant backgrounds to gain:

 

  • Employability skills/preparation for the Australian workplace. 

  • Job preparation and readiness training 

  • Opportunities to engage directly with employers/support finding and securing employment

  • Individualised career coaching/mentoring development for long term success with employment and progression pathways and tailored support according to each participant's challenges and strengths

  • Offer tailored coaching and mentoring to build networks and knowledge to actively participate in society and economy.

  • Driving lessons to minimise barriers to employment

This one-day-a-week course is delivered on Mondays from 3rd of July 2023 to 21st of August 2023.​

The sessions will be held at:

Loganlea Community Centre

28-32 Timms St

Loganlea

We are currently accepting referrals for the program via the form below. Please note, the form works best with Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.

 

If you would like to participate in this program or know someone who would be eligible, please fill out the form and one of our team members will get in touch.

Women Together Program

This program is aimed at providing education and training for women from refugee and migrant backgrounds. Community Foundation Skills is one of eight programs that make up the Queensland Government’s Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiatives.

It aims to support women to:

  • Overcome barriers to successfully participate in society and economy. 

  • Equip with knowledge, skills and confidence (self-efficacy) to address individual barriers where participants are impacted by multiple systems and structures

  • Offer tailored coaching and mentoring to build networks and knowledge to actively participate in society and economy.

  • To connect and learn in a cultural and gender safe environment.

 

This one-day-a-week course is delivered on Thursdays from 6 July until 19th October 2023.

 

The sessions will be held at:

Kingston East Community Centre

177 Meakin Road

Slacks Creek

We are currently accepting referrals for the program via the form below. Please note, the form works best with Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.

 

If you would like to participate in this program or know someone who would be eligible, please fill out the form and one of our team members will get in touch.

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