What’s Next Out-of-home Pathways Program

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What’s Next Out-of-home Pathways Program

Training Opportunities OOHC

TAFE Queensland delivers the What’s Next Out-of-home pathways program state-wide, to help young people aged 15-21 who are, or have been living in out-of-home care take the next step with training and employment.

Training can be delivered by any Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in Queensland with Pre-Qualified Supplier status (PQS) and applications from young people aged 22-24 will also be considered on a case by case basis.

 


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Become a Leader Online

Become a Leader Online is here!
The Become a Leader face-to-face program has reached over 190 people across 13 locations. Now we’re online so every person with disability can become a leader and take control! It is a four topic e-learning course that will take you through becoming a leader in your own life and in the community around you. Throughout the course you’ll have access to a forum where you can connect and be mentored. We have got together a group of key leaders who will drive this mentoring process.

Graduates of both the online and face-to-face program have a larger forum open to them, with the chance to network and connect with other leaders from across NSW and even Australia! Graduates from our face-to-face program will receive an email letting them know their login details for the forum.

Become a Leader Online is for everybody. Whether you just want some help speaking up at family dinners or you have plans to run for local council, you will gain valuable skills by completing the program.
Sign up at Become a Leader and unlock your potential today!

 


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Qld Department of Education and Training

Queensland Government

Please find below links to various training information through Qld Department of Education and Training

For further information please contact

Mitch Greig

Senior Field Officer

Darling Downs South West Region / Training & Skills

Department of Education and Training

P: 1800 210 210  | M:  0476824011  | E: mitchell.greig@dete.qld.gov.au |

Ground level | Department of Education & Training | Cnr Feather & Mayne Streets | Roma QLD 4455

PO Box 456 | Roma QLD 4455

 


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ACE Apprenticeships Centre

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What we do:  ACE Apprenticeships Centre operates in Qld under a contract from the Australian Government to provide information & advice regarding apprentices & trainees.  ACE will conduct the sign up, complete the training contract, register the apprenticeship with the Qld government, notify the Registered Training Organisation & administer the Federal Government employer incentives & apprentice & trainee personal benefits, if eligible.  ACE is a free service funded by the Australian Government.

Phone: 1300 ACE 4 MRAEL (1300 223 467)

Address: 14/123 Margaret Street, Toowoomba QLD 4350 (Staff travel to Roma)

Website: MRAEL Limited

 

 

 


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Anglicare Southern Queensland – Training for young people

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Are you between 15-25years old. No longer at school , not receiving Government benefits and looking to study and find work. Anglicare might have the thing for you . Free tafe courses starting now across a range of social services.

Call us today 4620 4000 or email Toni tsmith@anglicaresq.org.au

 

Website:  Anglicare Southern Queensland

Facebook: Anglicare Southern Queensland


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Golden West Apprenticeships

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Golden West Apprenticeships is a government recognised group training organisation that has been operating across the Darling Downs and southern and western Queensland for 26 years.
We employ apprentices and trainees across most industries and ‘host’ them with our broad network of businesses and employers.
Golden West Apprenticeships provides a complete and hassle free service for the recruitment and employment of apprentices and trainees including recruitment, induction, payment of wages, superannuation and training, as well as ongoing monitoring and support.
If you are looking for an apprenticeship or trainee or an employer wanting to grow your workforce contact Golden West Apprenticeships on 1300 650 775.

Website: Golden West Apprenticeships

Facebook: Golden West Apprenticeships


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Fitness

Here are the links to various websites and Facebook pages for fitness activities.  There are other posts on the website which can be found by typing in the name of the particular activity.

Be Healthy Maranoa

Roma Parkrun (Website) and  Roma Parkrun (Facebook)

PCYC

Snap Fitness (Facebook)

Wot’s on GYMnastics

 


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Make a difference – train to become a PACT Child Witness Support Volunteer

PACT Volunteer Applicaiton Information

PACT advertisement September 2014

Information on PACT is below and more information is available on the website link above.

With 30 years’ experience . . .
Protect All Children Today Inc (PACT) has unique expertise in supporting child and young person victims and witnesses throughout Queensland in the Criminal Justice System and is the preferred child witness court support service in Queensland Courts. More than 100 trained and experienced Child Witness Support Volunteers impart information about the court process and support children and young people required to give evidence in criminal court matters as victims of, or witnesses to crime, along with their carers.  

PACT is a strong advocate for vulnerable children and young people and makes representations to government and other agencies through the provision of evidence-based feedback.

PACT has established referral pathways to enable client access to other support services such as counselling or financial assistance.

 

If you know of a child or young person facing the prospect of giving evidence in the Criminal Justice System, or if you would like to make a difference in your local community by becoming a Child Witness Support Volunteer, contact PACT on 3290 0111, 1800 090 111 or email pact@pact.org.au for more information.

 


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National Disability Coordination Officer Program (NDCO) STEPS Group Australia

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About:  Working together to improve transitions for people with disabilities into tertiary education and employment.

 

Vital Info:

NDCO aims to:

  • to improve linkages and coordination between service providers and sectors
  • work with local networks to identify barriers and solutions
  • improve capacity of stakeholders to support PWD
  • people with a disability have improved knowledge to make decisions

Services provided throughout Southern Queensland:  South West Qld, Darling Downs, Toowoomba, South Burnett, Gympie, Caboolture, Sunshine Coast

 

Weblink: NDCO Website Regions 20 & 22  Your one stop shop for education, training and employment information, resources and linkages.

Contact:  Debbie Rooskov

National Disability Coordination Officer

07 5458 3063    |   0400 721 451

debbier@stepsgroup.com.au

 

 


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