Family Works supports children, young people, and their families to be safe, strong and connected. Services include social work, counseling, food banks, emergency response, budgeting advice, parenting support, youth development and community development programs. Employment pathways through Family Works include social work, community development, budget advising, reception work, and administration.
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Introduce yourself to the industry and witness how the organisation operates.
Grab a coffee and check in on your work and personal development progress.
Find out what employers are looking for. Make an impression, is your CV accurate, error-free, and shares your goals, level of experience and training.
This involves upskilling youth to a level consistent with that of the industry standard. May or may not result in a formal qualification.
A formal, work and personal development relationship between experienced local employers and you.
A one-on-one learning experience, put your skills to the test and act like you are in a real world interview.
Flip the switch, ask employers the tough questions and get to know the industry.
Coming together to discuss how your current skills align with a chosen industry and to assess future avenues for training and upskilling.