Gaining more skills through study, training and apprenticeships is a great way to increase your employment prospects.
The transition from work to study can be stressful. There are a number of services that can support you to move from study to work.
The current skills shortage in Australia makes this an excellent time to gain skills by starting an apprenticeship or traineeship.
You can gain experience and develop new skills in the workplace through work experience. Many job seekers find that this is a helpful first step towards getting a job.
Mental Health First Aid courses have been developed to give you a greater understanding of mental illness and the ability to support people with mental illness in the workplace.
If you use Auslan (Australian Sign Language) as your primary method of communication, your employer may be eligible for financial help. Financial help is available for Auslan interpreting services, Deaf awareness training and Auslan training for your immediate co-workers.
If you want training to increase your skills, experience or confidence, there are a number of other training options available to you.