STEP INTO WORK
Step Into Work is a program specially designed for women who want to find meaningful paid work - whether you are seeking employment for the first time, or wish to return to the workforce
The sessions are led by Step into Work Inc. volunteers with expertise in human resources/recruitment, coaching, planning and stress management.
The program covers practical areas including:
• Matching values, skills and interests to types of work
• Searching and applying for jobs
• Preparing resumes and cover letters/emails
• Communication skills and interviewtechniques
It also focuses on building life skills and confidence needed when entering or returning to paid employment:
• Managing the family and work life balance
• Relaxation and stress management
• Developing personal networks and using them effectively
• 5 weekly sessions in small, supportive groups
• Sessions start at 9:30 am and run for 2.5hours
• Cost – free
• Childcare available
WHERE Lakemba School Community Centre in the groundsof Lakemba Public School, Alice St Lakemba
WHEN 25 February – 25 March (5 weeks program) Thursdays 9.30 am -12.00 pm
HOW TO ENROL Bookings essential: Call Wendi on 9759 4061
COMMUNITY EDUCATION OFFICER POSITIONS
Applications are now open for the Migrant Employment Legal Service (MELS) Community Education Officer positions.
MELS is looking for Community Education Officers to deliver targeted and culturally appropriate education sessions to their communities to help them understand and enforce their work rights. Community Education Officers are paid casual positions. As part of the role, you will participate in a paid 10-day Train the Trainer Program in employment and anti-discrimination law and services and a final Showcase/Graduation event.
Applications close: 12 March 2021
Program period: mid-April - July 2021
Who should apply?
Applicants should be active and trusted members of migrant and refugee communities (including temporary visa holders) who are well-connected with their community. If you help organise events or bring people to them or help members of your community to access information and services, you are who we are looking for!
What is the time commitment and where will the training be held?
Community Education Officers will attend a compulsory 10-day training program from April to June 2021. The training will be face-to-face and take place once a week between 9.30am and 5pm at various locations across the City of Sydney and greater Sydney.
What is the selection criterion?
Applications are open and will close on Friday 12 March 2021 at 5pm. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an individual interview.
For more information, please see attached Position Description and application questions for the Community Education Officer Position.
Tu Le | Migrant Employment Legal Service
ENGLISH FOR WELL BEING - CLASSES
Free English classes with you. – every Monday 10 -12, - 391 King street Newtown (Upstairs)
the teachers are trained qualified and experienced
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