Employment Education And Training
Sunday 13th, August 2017 from 10am – 4pm, Melbourne City, Brunswick, Bundoora
Melbourne Campus (Bundoora), Sunday 6 August
When: Saturdays 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm (April 22nd through October 14th 2017)
Where: Ivanhoe Library 255 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe
Alex, our very experienced tutor will assist you to get around those brick walls in your studies.
Free tutoring in a broad range of subjects.
The Pavilion School has an opportunity for Indigenous young people to take part in a fully sponsored Certificate II in Visual Arts that is led by Central Queensland University. The Visual Arts project hopes to increase opportunities for Indigenous young people, to further their education, training. The project has a digital technology component that will develop links to local industry. We have twelve places available to take part with full sponsorship. The course will involve hands-on art and technology mentoring by experts, as well as some online learning.
Are you a young person aged 16-25 and wanting to start your own business?
You may be eligible for the Getting Down to Business program!
This program has worked with young people who have started businesses in IT, new technologies, solar energy, fashion, construction, engineering, publishing, design, hospitality, food and many others!
Applications are open until January 30th. To find out more or to apply, head to www.gettingdowntobusiness.com.au
Learn the basics of live sound and lighting operation in a FREE eight-week course with Arts Centre Melbourne’s Production team. Get a transferable VET unit of competency in OHS and work as part of the production team on a live hip-hop event with the Dig Deep collective.
For further details contact Charlotte on 0439 474 790 or email@example.com.
With the school year almost over and the frantic Christmas rush upon us there are so many companies out there looking for employees. If you're interested in getting some experience, earning some money and updating your resume/CV check out some of the website below:
The School Leavers Guide is a document headed up by the LLEN alongside community organisations who work with young people in the local area.
This year it has gone online for the first time.
The document is useful for any young person leaving school – be that at the end of year of 12 or at an earlier stage. It includes info on education options, employment and further supports.
Download the document below to get all the essential info on life after school
3081 Jobs will coach you in:
Job searching training and resume development
applying for advertised jobs including the hidden job market
interview and employability skills
basic computer skills
If you are currently looking for work, this is the place for you!
Monday's 12.30 - 2.30 for women
Thursday's 12.30 - 2.30 ofr men
for more information contact ourHUB on 9248 8000 or 0400 456 105