Warrigal Employment aim to increase the participation of Aboriginal people in the labour market by identifying, creating and supporting opportunities for sustainable employment. The Warrigal Employment team are actively supporting our employer partners to place Aboriginal people in following job opportunities.
Warrigal Employment provides support, guidance, and assistance for training and upskilling to
improve the employment outcomes of the local Aboriginal community. If you are interested in learning more about upcoming training opportunities register your interest.
Warrigal Employment works with our industry partners to provide recruitment days for Aboriginal people in the Illawarra. These events offer insight and opportunities into specific industries or companies.
Warrigal Employment is partnering with a local Aged Care employer and will be hosting an information session to learn about their recruitment process and the positions available.
DATE: 6th March 2020
LOCATION: 1 Bakers Lane Windang
Warrigal Employment is taking expression of interest (EOI) to participate in a four week retail course with Australian Retail Association that includes two weeks practical work experience with a local retailer.
DATE: Jan, Feb, Mar
LOCATION: Shellharbour, Wollongong and Nowra
The NCAP program aims to increase the participation of Aboriginal people in the labour market by identifying, creating, and supporting opportunities for sustainable education, training, and employment.
Our NCAP officers can help you through a range of services, including:
The Sustainable Jobs (JLEP) program is an employer demand-driven model to assist in the recruitment and retention of Aboriginal people into sustainable employment.
We can assist our clients in training, job placement, resume writing, maintaining employment and more.
Warrigal Employment also:
Warrigal Employment’s Koori Strong program provides support for young people (16-24) who are at risk of, or have had, experience with the judicial system. The program helps to build on community connections and culture, creating a more stable environment for young Aboriginal people.
The overall outcome of Koori Strong is to ensure young Aboriginal people enjoy similar levels of physical, emotional, and social wellbeing as those enjoyed by other Australians.
We take a holistic approach, understanding the challenges and barriers facing young Aboriginal people, and aim to support and assist community members to access employment, housing and other services that may be hindered from involvement in the justice system.
Our Ability Linkers work closely with people with disability, their families and carers to support them in their goals, hopes, and dreams.
Providers are the organisations that offer services to people with disability and the community. Linkers work for these Providers. Whether your goal is to take part in sport, education, volunteering, or other activities, you remain at the centre of decision making about how you want to lead your life. Linkers have strong local knowledge and work alongside communities, supporting them to be welcoming and inclusive.
Linkers can help you to find ways to be a part of your local community, set goals and plan your future, build confidence to achieve your dreams, and develop your existing support networks and create new networks.