Last night, Global Skills Director Rebecca Nicholls attended the Nepean Zonta Club’s Annual Awards as a proud sponsor of the TAFE NSW Student of the Year Award – Nepean Campus 2020.
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Today we celebrate International Day of People with Disability.
Global Skills proudly recognises the meaningful contribution to our workforce from all employees living with a disability.
Employees like Mina.
“In the past I experienced issues at work. I often disclosed my disability too late and by then my work performance had already been impacted.”
Looking for disability services relevant to you?
The Australian Government’s Disability Gateway is a free, Australia-wide service dedicated to helping people living with disability, their families and carers find trusted information and connects them to services in their area.
With the support of EnergyLink Services, Global Skills is proud to be the first Australian Government funded employment service to be officially Certified Carbon Neutral by Climate Active.
“I absolutely love my job. I really do think I’ve found my calling. I grew up within the area I work, I have a lot of experience in different industries and I really do everything I can to make sure I support each one my clients.”
Global Skills has made a public stand against racism by signing on to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s national anti-racism campaign, ‘Racism. It stops with me’.
“I most enjoy the case management aspect of my role. I love supporting each and every one of my job seekers to gain employability skills and then assist them into employment. At the end of the day it’s making a difference in their lives.”
Global Skills Senior Employment Consultant, Laura Howard has been employed with Global Skills for five years, and has worked hard to build her Employment Services industry skills and knowledge.
The tenth in our job search series explains how can you harness the power of social media (and avoid the pitfalls) to help you find the job you want.