Global Skills

Making a world of difference …

Global Skills has a strong history of partnering with job seekers to identify, secure and maintain sustainable employment. Our experienced staff take a person-centred approach to identify skills, strengths, education and interests to achieve career goals and aspirations.

For employers, we offer an extensive recruitment service by connecting an extensive database of qualified, experienced, pre-screened and work ready staff. We have a long and distinguished history of listening to employers needs and creating innovative solutions to service our local communities.

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How We Help Job Seekers

Global Skills offers tailored support to job seekers through Workforce Australia, including Transition to Work and Career Transition Assistance, Disability Employment Services and Time to Work Employment Service programs.

Our goal is to empower individuals to fulfil their ambitions by supporting them to overcome any barriers they face professionally and personally.

Through pre-employment programs, referral to complimentary services and partners, job search and on-going support once in work, Global Skills dedicated Consultants are with our job seekers every step of the way.

How We Help Employers

Global Skills understands the importance of sourcing and skilling the right staff to meet current and future business needs.

We offer a zero cost, full recruitment strategy for a diverse range of employers.

Employers are offered programs to build industry or specific workplace skills, pre-screening, funding qualifications and workplace licences, purchase of PPE or adaptive technology for job seekers with disability.

We help employers access government wage subsidies and other incentive programs which contribute to the initial costs of hiring and skilling new staff.

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Yesterday, Global Skills was proud to participate in the Central Coast NAIDOC Community Day, celebrating the rich culture and remarkable achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Celebrating Zeina’s Employment Milestone

After devoting over 5 years to her children, Zeina joined Global Skills Campbelltown in April 2023. With support to recognise her transferrable skills and enhance her administration skills, Zeina transitioned into full-time work. As she approaches her 6-month milestone, we’re proud to see Zeina thriving in her role.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Through Disability Employment Services, people with disability, injury or health condition may be able to receive assistance to prepare for, find and keep a job.

Providers of Disability Employment Services are called DES providers for short. DES providers are a mix of large, medium and small, for-profit and not-for-profit organisations that are experienced in supporting people with disability as well as providing assistance to employers to put in place practices that support the employee in the workplace.

Workforce Australia is an Australian Government funded employment service that supports job seekers find work. Workforce Australia, delivered by Global Skills provides tailored support to help you find and keep secure, meaningful work. With reduced caseload numbers the focus will be on delivering you a personalised service.

Transition to Work (TtW) is a government-funded initiative to help young people into work (including apprenticeships and training) or education. TtW, delivered by Global Skills provides intensive, pre-employment support for young job seekers. We’ll help you develop practical skills to get a job, connect with education or training, find local job opportunities and connect with relevant local community services.

The Workforce Australia Career Transition Assistance (CTA) Program is funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Employment and Workplace Relations. CTA, delivered by Global Skills assists mature-age job seekers build their confidence and skills to become more competitive in their local labour market.

When you first register with Centrelink, ask to be referred to Global Skills or contact Centrelink and discuss being transferred to us if you are already linked to another jobactive provider. Alternatively, you can call the nearest Global Skills office and we can help. You can find your nearest location here.

Global Skills provides a range of supports to our job seekers:

  • Resume Building
  • Job Interview Preparation
  • One to one mentoring and support
  • Introduction to community services
  • Financial support to gain tickets and credentials
  • Job interview and work clothing
  • Transport support including Opal Cards
  • Connections to employers