Community Care Trust Dunedin are a not-for-profit charitable trust that supports youth and adults with intellectual disabilities and/or autistic spectrum disorders in Otago to live as participating and valued members of their communities. The support they provide can range from one hour per week for problem-solving to 24-hour one-to-one support.
If you'd like to take advantage of any of the opportunities seen below, please contact Community Care Trust directly.
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Formally teaching youth trade skills via a recognized apprenticeship programme.
This is swiftly showing youth through a local business, introducing them to the industry and showing them how each organisation operates.
A quick, informal meeting focused on checking in on a young person's career and personal development progress.
A Resumé review to see if the content is accurate, error-free, and that experience and training match what employers are looking for.
Jobseekers accompany an experienced worker to see what their daily workday looks like.
Meetings with workers and managers to discuss career expectations and what employers are looking for in a given industry.
This involves upskilling youth to a level consistent with that of the industry standard. May or may not result in a formal qualification.
This is temporary work guided by more experienced workers with an emphasis on learning on the job. This may be in a paid or unpaid capacity.
A formal, career and personal development focused relationship between experienced local workers and youth.
Coming together to discuss how current skills align with a chosen industry and to assess future avenues for training and upskilling.