Global Skills supports refugee jobs seekers to find sustainable employment which supports rebuilding their lives in Australia.
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Congratulations to seven Global Skills job seekers on graduation of the Aged Care Employment Program. Each of the graduates will now undertake a paid traineeship in Aged Care with Uniting NSW/ACT.
Congratulations to Global Skills Mt Druitt job seeker Matthew Slee who has secured a chef apprenticeship with thanks to the National Indigenous Culinary Institute (NICI).
With a new year, brings a fresh start and 2022 has had a positive start for Tracey. She has just landed a great job in the disability sector after participating in an online Disability Support Worker Program.
“I have a great sense of responsibility teaching them at such an impressionable and important age. Toilet training, tying shoelaces, just seeing the look on their faces when they finally achieve doing it themselves. You can only get that feeling of satisfaction and enjoyment from kids.”
“It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity, a great experience. I’m learning so much,” said Mohamad, a participant in Sydney Metro’s Pre-Employment Program (PEP) who secured ongoing employment.
“Stay persistent and remain confident that you will find a good job, it’s for your future and for that of your children,” said Global Skills job seeker, Angelica Adrias.
Mother of six, Jenny Hagarty had not worked for 12 years and had difficulty finding work.
Amba Little loves that her employment allows people with disability to stay in their own home and maintain their independence.