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Pathway to Work, Study and Volunteering

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Monday 27 April 2020 - Monday 29 June 2020

Venue: Salisbury Community Hub

 

 

In line with Federal Government advice, City of Salisbury is suspending all of its non-essential gatherings for people in our community so that we can support their continued health and wellbeing. This program has now been cancelled. Please be assured that our team is now working hard on creating new and exciting programs for our community to enjoy when it is safe to do so.

Looking to give yourself an edge when it comes to working in today’s world?

Commencing 27 April 2020

Every Monday 10 weeks

9.30am to 2.00pm

Salisbury Community Hub

This FREE program will help prepare you for work, study or volunteering in the modern work environment.

Topics may include:

  • Effective communication
  • Digital Footprint
  • Goal setting
  • Transferrable skills
  • Cultural awareness
  • Work, health and safety
  • Child safe environmentS
  • Mental health awareness
  • Food safety hygiene

The Participants will be enrolled in one unit (FSKDIG02 –Use digital technology for simple workplace tasks) from Certificate I Skills for Work & Vocational Pathways (TP00604) through Interskills

Pathway programs are proven to give positive change to people’s lives. Here’s some happy participants from last year’s program:

Sali

Sali came to Australia four years ago. She spoke English well before starting the class but her confidence regarding her speech was not high and she found it difficult to engage in conversation with those outside of her family. Since starting the program, Sali has felt the program has not only built her resume but increased her confidence, improved her communication styles, increased friendship groups and networks and has brought her closer to her goal of working in a commercial hospitality industry by showing pathways to volunteering and further study.

Kimia

Kimia arrived in Australia from Iran only four weeks before the class started, she was struggling finding friends, lacked confidence and felt lost in Australia. The program helped her gain confidence, self-esteem, helped her get back into a routine of getting up and ready for the sessions. She also felt the program helped her understand the Australian workplace culture and helped her gain valuable networks in the community. Kimia has applied for a Graduate diploma of teaching at the University of South Australia which starts in the coming semester.

Haying Li

Haiying Li was referred to the Pathway to Work, Study and Volunteering. Li enjoyed all of the topics but also felt that she had improved her confidence when talking in front of a group and better understood others personality traits and how to work with new people. She especially enjoyed the communication section of the class where she learnt about assertive behaviour. Haiying Li is now volunteering at the Para Hills Senior centre to build her experience with working with elderly within our community.

Take that next step towards your future and register today!

For more information and to register contact:

E: library@salisbury.sa.gov.au P: 8406 8311


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