Workforce Australia employment services will give individuals the knowledge and tools they need to get a job, learn new skills, or access the extra support if they need it.
As a Workforce Australia Provider, we will deliver tailored case management for our job seekers to help them find and keep meaningful work. We are committed to deliver a personalised service to our job seekers with a team of professionals who really care about you.
Our career consultants are specialists at helping jobseekers and will provide you the support you need to gain not only employment but start your career, we can help you with:
- career guidance, mentoring and vocational training
- work experience, job placements and post-placement support
- support to help you get the tools and skills you need to find and keep a job, such as training, work-related licencing, relocation assistance and other work-related goods and services
- employment programs that recognise skills and micro-credentials alongside gaining work-like experiences
- support to access the digital platform to manage your mutual obligations and look for jobs.
Points Based Activation System
A new Points Based Activation System (PBAS) will give you more flexibility to manage your mutual obligations. It replaces the existing job search requirements.
You will need to earn a certain number of points per reporting period, tailored to reflect your individual circumstances. Points can be gained by completing job searches, attending interviews, and completing online learning modules.
The Targeted Compliance Framework will remain in place in Workforce Australia to help you to understand, meet and track your mutual obligations requirements. It is designed to target financial penalties toward individuals who persistently do not comply with their mutual obligations without a valid reason.
Work for the Dole
Work for the Dole places job seekers in activities where they can gain skills and experience, give back to the community and get help to find a job.
You will learn valuable work-related skills and can contribute to community projects in your local area.
Talk to your career consultant about work for the dole opportunities.
Work Experience Program
The National Work Experience Programme places participants in real life unpaid work experience placements. This helps you the jobseeker to gain experience and confidence, while demonstrating skills to potential employers. Placements are unpaid and run for a maximum of four weeks up to 25 hours per week
Talk to your career consultant about the National Work Experience Program opportunities.