This nationally recognised qualification will provide you with skills and knowledge to build your career opportunities. You will gain practical skills to prepare for a range of business and administration roles.
Topics covered include:
popular software applications
preparing business documents and business correspondence
workplace technology and communication.
You will have access to great support and the opportunity to undertake work placement.
With small class sizes, student support and subsidies for eligible students, there’s never been a better time to study. Contact us to discuss your requirements and your funding eligibility.
For further details, please visit our website here or call us on 02 4232 1050
*This training is subsidised by the NSW Govt. for eligible participants.This training is fee-free for eligible students under the Job Trainer program.
Join us as we as we walk at sunrise to raise awareness, remember those lost to suicide, and support those who are impacted and continue to struggle with suicide.
Saturday, 10 September
This year’s Out of the Shadows Walk is a very special event for us as we have hoped to hold this event in-person for a number of years – and now we finally can!
Most importantly we will be walking in solidarity to support those impacted by suicide; working together to create change and bring suicide out of the darkness and into the light.
Together we can make a difference and send a message of hope to those who are struggling.
When: 5:45AM, Saturday 10 September Where: Wollongong Lighthouse, Flagstaff Hill
Following the walk, we will host a short ceremony to remember those who have been lost to suicide, and share stories of hope. We will have a Lifeline Wellbeing Tent with Ambassadors available, as well as a light breakfast.
This is a free event for the community. Please click the link below for more information and resources to share.
The Department of Communities & Justice (DCJ) will be hosting a series of Regional Stakeholder Engagement sessions for the Core and Cluster Project.
The Core and Cluster project responds to the NSW Government announcement of $426.6 million over four years to deliver and operate new refuges to support women and children escaping domestic and family violence.
The Regional Stakeholder Engagement sessions will be held online at the following times:
South (Illawarra Shoalhaven District) – 14 June, 10:00am-11:30am
West (Murrumbidgee/Far West/Western NSW Districts) – 14 June, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Sydney (Metropolitan Districts) – 15 June, 10:00am-12pm
North (Hunter & Central Coast; Northern NSW; Mid North Coast & New England Districts) – 16 June, 10:00am-12pm.
Expressions of interest to participate in a session to be submitted via email to SHSProgram@facs.nsw.gov.au noting the session of interest.
Whatever a young person’s experience, they have a right to sexual and reproductive health education and it is often carers who are best placed to deliver this information.
The free ‘Because Your Care’ Online training Module(OLM) gives a great overview on many sexual health topics, with tips on how to start conversations and activities to help guide you and increase your knowledge.
The Office for Regional Youth (ORY) are developing a Regional Youth Action Plan to help young people live their best life across NSW.
They are conducting a survey to understand what the challenges are in regional NSW and it’s really important that they hear from you and the youth you are working with. This will guide ORYs priorities and budgets over the next four years.
Ensuring young people are accurately represented in the Action Plan is very important, and this is an opportunity to make a difference and make your voice heard.
Here is the link to the survey. It will take less than 6 minutes to complete.
We really appreciate you taking the time to be involved. Please share amongst your community, professional and social networks so we can gain a good understanding of our current environment. This information will be collated by NOUS and will be followed up with local interviews with selected agencies and youth groups in mid-June.