There is currently a vacancy for a two-year IT traineeship located in Sydney's south. Click here to read more about the position.
WorkVentures is offering PCs at a subsidised price to households that have been affected by the recent floods and cyclone in Queensland.
The PCs and software have been donated by major organisations including Macquarie Group, Microsoft, St George Bank and Westpac. WorkVentures then cleans, refurbishes and tests the computer, then loads it with Microsoft software.
The PCs are available for eligible Queensland residents for $195 including GST and delivery.
Read more about the offer, or download our news release [Adobe Acrobat PDF - 280.6 KB].
Through our Partnership and Program Development division we deliver social inclusion programs to increase the employability of Indigenous and migrant/refugee communities Australia-wide.
WorkVentures currently has opportunities for experienced trainers for the training and assessment of qualifications at Certificate I and II in Information Technology in various states.
WorkVentures is delighted to have received an award in the 2010 University of Technology Sydney Human Rights Awards. WorkVentures' i.settle.with.IT program was highly commended [Adobe Acrobat PDF - 262.3 KB] in the Social Inclusion category for its work as a community partner for Dr Linda Leung. Dr Leung was highly commended for her work in generating new knowledge about the importance of technology in refugees forced migration and resettlement experiences, which is now informing settlement programs for refugee communities.
Our i.settle.with.IT project helps migrant and refugee job-seekers learn how to use common software and gain the basic IT skills that are needed to find meaningful employment, and is supported by Microsoft Australia - read more about i.settle.with.IT.
Find out about all the winners in the 2010 UTS Human Rights Awards here.
You can now access Centrelink Online Services at no charge through any of our Connect Centres five days per week.