National Workforce Network

Global Skills is a foundation member of the National Workforce Network established in 2014. The NWN is an alliance of jobactive providers across Australia committed to collaborate in delivering tailored recruitment services and workforce diversity planning for employers.

By combining organisational capacity the NWN members can deliver recruitment strategies to employers with a regional or national footprint or that large scale recruitment.

Working across a number of local markets the networks centralised coordination process gives employers free access to a greater pool of candidates – saving time and money.

The network is unique in Australia and has been recognised at the National Employment Services Awards for Excellence in Industry Collaboration.

Aboriginal Employment Strategy

The Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) recruitment services model provides career seekers with access to a large range of employment opportunities nationally, culturally-competent mentoring up to six months after their placement and access to tailored pre-employment training programs that are linked to guaranteed jobs.

Global Skills and AES have developed a long standing partnership designed to streamline the employment process for Indigenous job seekers and mentoring support as they transition into employment.


Global Skills and Uniting NSW/ACT work in partnership to provide telehealth services to job seekers.

Through GSPlus job seekers will be able to access a range of allied health professionals including Registered Psychologists who have experience in supporting individuals experiencing poor mental health.

This new partnership will go a long way to minimising the impact that conditions like depression, anxiety and substance abuse have on finding and keeping a job.


LikeMind (Parramatta Mission) appointed Global Skills as their Vocational Consortium partner for their Seven Hills and Penrith offices in 2016.

LikeMind provides support to adults with mental health concerns, as well as their families and carers, bringing together existing community services to one accessible and engaging community space to develop an integrated service hub of co-located help and support.

Global Skills provides customers of LikeMind individualised employment and training support, working alongside LikeMind’s allied health and community specialists, to secure ongoing and meaningful employment outcomes.


Lowes and Global Skills have partnered to provide high quality interview clothes, work attire and PPE for our job seekers.

Lowes is an Australian retail icon. The company has grown from humble beginnings in 1898 to more than 200 stores nation-wide whilst still being 100% Australian and family owned.

National Employment Services Association (NESA)

Global Skills is an active member of the National Employment Services Association (NESA).

NESA is the peak body for Australia’s world-renowned contracted Employment Services.

Global Skills Director, Rebecca Nicholls, is a member elected Board Director of NESA and is a Member of the NESA Audit and Risk Management Committee.

We partner with NESA as our major PD training partner to offer our workforce unlimited and weekly access to industry specific and tailored skill development training courses.



Global Skills and Wayback work in partnership to provide wrap around services to our job seekers as they transition into the workforce.

Wayback is a charitable Alcohol and other Drug Rehabilitation service providing rehabilitation treatment for those experiencing significant social, legal, health and family problems due to addiction.

wayback and global skills

At Work OH&S

At Work Occupational Health & Safety has been supporting Global Skills and our job seekers for more than 10 years. 

As a business, they are committed to supporting our broader community with any psychological, and work-related injury management and rehabilitation needs.

Working in partnership with Global Skills, At Work OH&S provide our job seekers with personalised solutions and assistance – from job seeking to sustainable employment.

Their team of experienced Allied Health professionals include Psychologists, Rehabilitation Counsellors and Occupational Therapists.

Together, they design and deliver integrated assessments, solutions, and ongoing support to individuals and their organisations.

The Good Box

Global Skills is proud to partner with ‘The Good Box’, a social enterprise that creates packaged gift boxes for people experiencing homelessness in Australia.

Three years ago, two inspiring young women created The Good Box. Their enterprise has now delivered over 5,500 boxes to people across Australia.

They quote, “We’re on a mission to abolish misconceptions surrounding homelessness to prevent isolation and increase communication.”

Each Winter Box contains; warm woolly socks, a hand-woven beanie, a hoodie, a scarf, gloves, food, a toothbrush and toothpaste plus lip balm. 

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