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#Nationally Recognised Training
- Certificate II in Skills for Work & Vocational Pathways (FSK20119)
- Optional: First Aid, White Card (Construction) and/or Responsible Service of Alcohol
- Learn to job search, prepare for interviews and write your resume
- Improve your learning and employability skills
- Receive one-on-one coaching and learn in a small group
- Support from caring and approachable staff
- Have fun - in an easy online space
You will be equipped and empowered with confidence and skills to gain employment, return to school or go onto further study.
Our 14-week program includes:
Orientation week - with virtual tours of QUT and TAFE
Nationally Recognised Training - complete a Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways (FSK20119), with 14 Units to improve in reading, writing, communication, learning and numeracy, computer and employability skills.
Industry skills training - suitable participants will also gain First Aid (HLTAID003), White Card (Construction) (CPCCWHS1001) and/or Responsible Service of Alcohol (SITHFAB002) certificates.
One-on-one coaching - set goals, identify your strengths, practise interview skills, and grow in confidence.
Career activities - virtual excursions, incursions and guest speakers, such as: virtual tours of universities and TAFE; practise driving skills online; as well as hear from employers, recruitment agencies and Apprenticeship centres.
Work experience - try out career interests, practice skills employers are looking for, and build your resume.
Graduation ceremony - celebrate your success with family and friends.
*limited places of 11 per program
|Starts||23 June 2020 (Intake 1)||10 November 2020 (Intake 2)|
|Duration||14 weeks||14 weeks|
|Locations||ONLINE||ONLINE &/or Salisbury and Stafford|
(Close to public transport)
|Days||Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu||Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu|
|Time||9am - 4pm||9am - 4pm|
|Cost||No cost to participants||No cost to participants|
This program is for Queensland residents aged 15-19 years, who may be disadvantaged, unemployed or underemployed and meet any one of the following:
- not able to access Government employment services or support
- have received Government support - for more than six months, but still unable to find work
- have barriers to learning and employment
*priority will be given to young people who are no longer enrolled and have already left school.