Creating pathways to employment for disadvantaged groups 

Access has a long history of supporting disadvantaged people through employment programs that provide trainees with valuable employment skills, with many being paid while they learn.

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Skilling Queenslanders for Work

Access delivers six Skilling Queenslanders for Work programs in the areas of hospitality, tourism, business administration, conservation and land management, and construction.

Through Queensland State Government funding, Access is able to open new doors to skill development and create employment outcomes for local jobseekers.

Programs like Skilling Queenslanders for Work enable Access to further build strong partnerships with government, training providers and local employers, to create opportunities for under-employed members of our community.

Current Opportunities:
We are currently delivering a number of Certificates throughout Queensland, in Hospitality, Business, Aged Care, Disabilities, Individual Support, Construction and Women in Transport. To find out more on these opportunities, contact Kay on 0417 494 355 or by email - kayp@acsl.org.au. Alternatively, contact our SQW Team on 3412 9999.

 

Teys Australia Partnership

Access’ experience in the relocation and resettlement of refugees in rural and regional areas through a ‘relocation to work’ model has been vital in ensuring the success of partnerships with employers. An important example is Teys Australia, a leading innovative provider of red meat and supply chain solutions. Teys is strongly committed to investing in the local community to support the workforce.

Relocation support includes the full suite of services required to successfully settle in a rural area, ranging from basic living essentials to establishing new support systems, including access to community services. Jobs, regional development and building strong communities are the key outcomes of the Access-Teys partnership, and are pivotal to the program’s sustainability.

 

The Yarrabilba Exchange

Connecting Local People to Local Jobs.

The embodiment of a shared vision and commitment by the Yarrabilba Workforce Development Stakeholder Group, The Yarrabilba Exchange facilitates access to quality training, skills and employment opportunities for local residents in the developing master-planned community of Yarrabilba.

Located at the Shaw Street Oval, The Yarrabilba Exchange is Yarrabilba’ s one stop point of contact for the broader community to access skill development opportunities, community-based job brokerage and employment services, as well as information, advice and guidance on accessing new business opportunities, and employment for local people through commercial and social enterprise development.

Providing the link between local residents and local jobs, the Yarrabilba Exchange aims to facilitate better connections between employers, employees and residents, and in so doing provide greater visibility of local job opportunities for local people.

Click here for more information. 

strive-logo.png Access also operates a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Strive International Employment and Training. Discover more on Strive here.

 

1Access’ employment services are ISO accredited with a recognised management system conforming to AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008.

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