Employment Support Service – for job seekers with permanent disability and with an assessed need for more long-term, regular support in the workplace
Disability Management Service – for job seekers with disability, injury or health condition who require the assistance of a disability employment service but are not expected to need long-term support in the workplace
The Indigenous Employment Program (IEP) aims to increase opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities and employers through employment, business support and economic development activities.
The program supports activities that:
encourage and help employers to provide sustainable employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
encourage and help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to take up training and employment opportunities, stay in jobs and improve their future employment prospects
help to develop sustainable businesses and job opportunities in urban and regional areas.
Job Services Australia - providers are a mix of large, medium and small, for-profit and not-for-profit organisations that are experienced in delivering services and support for job seekers and employers.
Job Services Australia providers offer personalised support to help job seekers to find a job. They also connect job seekers with a range of government initiatives, including training programs that help them gain the skills to get and keep a job.
Youth Connections provides flexible and personal support to help young people engage with education and make positive life choices. Outreach activities support young people and offer better support for them in their local communities.
Your local Youth Connections provider can advise you about the support available for young people who are most at risk of leaving school, or who have already left. They can help young people to overcome the barriers and problems that make it difficult to stay in, or return to, school or training
The School Business Community Partnership Brokers (Partnership Brokers) program supports the view that young people’s learning and development is a collective responsibility and that partnerships can help young people to reach their full educational and social potential.
Partnership Brokers can assist potential partners to establish the partnership arrangements and agree on how they can work together to achieve their goals.
Your local Partnership Broker can help build partnerships in your community to support young people to reach their full educational and social potential. Partnership Brokers can assist partners to develop a partnership arrangement and agree on how they can work together to achieve a common goal.