Gateway to Training provides pre-employment support to improve work readiness for 15-21 year olds and help them into work and education.
Phone: 4671 2258
Mobile: 0456 009 749
Wepage: Roma Office
Life Christian Church Roma is hosting a “Ready for work training” This course is for anyone 15-24 struggling to find work or just starting in the work force.
This is a FREE 12 day course, spread over 4 weeks (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) at our training facilities at 27 Hawthorne St Roma (old Maranoa club). There is absolutely no cost to participants for attending this course, as it is completely funded through the State Governments ‘Skilling Queenslanders For Work’ program. This program delivers job preparation and employment skills, with the outcome to help participants apply for and successfully find employment.
During this course, you will obtain:
-A First Aid Certificate
– Resume writing skills
– Job application skills
– Interview skills
– Various workplace training, as well as computer training if required.
Currently, attending the course also comes with a $10,000 incentive, paid to eligible employers who hire you after the training into an apprenticeship or traineeship (courtesy of the Queensland State Governments ‘Skilling Queenslanders for Work’ program) – making you very attractive to potential employers!
When, where and what!
Start date: 5TH June
Time: 9am till 2.30pm (Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursdays)
Location: 27 Hawthorne St (old Maranoa Club)
What to bring: Lunch (fridge available) and pen, plus your own tablet or laptop if you would like (not mandatory)
I’M INTERESTED! HOW DO I APPLY?
Step 1 – If you haven’t already done so, please follow this link to and fill in your details to register your spot:
Step 2 – We will also need all participants to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) number to be awarded their First Aid Qualification. If you don’t yet have a USI, please click on the following link and follow the instructions, and bring your USI number with you to training: https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi
Step 3 – You can expect a call or email from our course facilitator Matt to confirm your place.
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Please find below links to various training information through Qld Department of Education and Training
For further information please contact
Senior Field Officer
Darling Downs South West Region / Training & Skills
Department of Education and Training
P: 1800 210 210 | M: 0476824011 | E: email@example.com |
Ground level | Department of Education & Training | Cnr Feather & Mayne Streets | Roma QLD 4455
PO Box 456 | Roma QLD 4455
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
Golden West Apprenticeships is an independent, non-profit group training organisation that has been operating across the Darling Downs and southern and western Queensland for over 30 years.
Improving regional employment opportunities is a key priority for Golden West Apprenticeships. They are committed to working with young and mature age job seekers, and business owners, to ensure we are building a skilled workforce for the future of rural and regional Queensland. They know first-hand how apprenticeships and traineeships can help industry attract, retain and develop a workforce able to take advantage of new opportunities, and sustain local communities.
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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|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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.