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Below is a list of employment support services, including recruitment services, skills development, Centrelink and Service Centre, and resume and cover letter building advice. If you cannot find local employment services for your area, you can find a list of state and national employment support programs at the bottom of this page.
East Kimberley Job Pathways (EKJP) is a partnership venture between Wunan Foundation and East Kimberley CDEP. EKJP delivers the Remote Jobs and Communities Program (RJCP) across the East Kimberley, to provide local community members with a path to employment, establish independence, and secure a better life for their families. RJCP is a case management model, tailoring services to individual needs. This may include direct employment, training and skills development and career guidance; all designed to meet the aspirations and objectives of the client. Additionally, job seekers may take part in activities in their community to learn new skills and deliver worthwhile benefits to the community, while developing positive social norms in preparation for working life
The Strong Men, Strong Families program delivered by KWAC and funded by the ‘Healing Foundation”, explores ways to strengthen the role of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men within their families and community with Information sessions and interactive workshops which include:
The program provides support, and advocacy, and will work closely with Aboriginal men to assist them in dealing with local services, including resolving matters with Housing, Centrelink and other local service providers.
How can KCLS help?
How can KCLS help?
KGT Employment runs diverse pre-employment programs targeted at disadvantaged people to gain core skills leading to increased opportunities, such as apprenticeships, traineeships, or employment.
The objectives of the Pre-employment Training Programs are to provide: