Australian Apprenticeship Program
MAS national is an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network Provider contracted by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training to support business, apprentices, trainees across Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania. There are multiple parts of this service, aimed to support both individuals and business owners:
- Career coaching (Gateway Services)
- Recruitment Services
- Workforce development
- Registration of Apprentices and Trainees (Universal service)
- Ongoing support and mentoring (in training support services)
- Incentive administration
Workplace Health and Safety checks – IntoSafety
We have a specialised Workplace Health and Safety professional who is dedicated to supporting business to meet Workplace Health and Safety requirements. IntoSafety can help you become an employer of choice by providing a healthy and safe workplace.
Ph: 1300 627 628
Disability Employment Services (DES)
Disability Employment Services (DES) help people with a disability find work and keep a job. The objective of DES is to provide immediate access to tailored services for job seekers who have a disability.
Youth Projects will be delivering the only Youth-At-Risk specialist DES service young people aged 16 to 25 years across North Western and Northern regions of Melbourne.
Ph: 0499 799 262
Disability Employment Services (ESS)
Northern Support Services
Disability Employment Services (ESS) provides assistance to people with permanent disability and who need regular, ongoing support to find and keep a job.
Given the Chance Jobs Victoria (JV)
Brotherhood of St Laurence
Given the Chance Jobs Victoria employment program is an employment service for long term jobseekers or jobseekers that are not eligible for commonwealth services living in the Metro Northern, Metro South Eastern and Metro West areas of Melbourne and is delivered by the Brotherhood of St Laurence.
This service is offered to a broad group of disadvantaged jobseekers including:
- People seeking asylum
- People from a refugee background
- Long term unemployed more than 6 months
- People who are aboriginal
- Mature aged people (aged 50+)
- Retrenched workers
- Young people 15-24 (disengaged and not engaged in education, training or employment)
- Youth justice clients
- Single parents
- People with a disability
- Social housing tenants
- Veterans and/or veterans families
- People experiencing homelessness
- Low income (under employed)
- At risk or currently long term unemployed (more than 6 months) or underemployed (12 hours or less a week)
- Living in the Metro North of Melbourne in one of these six LGAs: Hume, Whittlesea, Nillumbik, Darebin, Moreland and Banyule.
You can apply in person, over the phone or via email.
Brotherhood of St Laurence
Parents Next is a pre-employment program that provides early intervention assistance to parents with young children
- Parents Next supports parents to identify their education and employment goals and refers them to local activities
- Parents Next applies to parental payment recipients across all age groups
This program is focused on reducing intergenerational unemployment and welfare dependency by gaining skills, building networks and reducing the risk of long term unemployment for parents.
Ph: 0490 121 917
The Brotherhood of St Laurence Multicultural Communities Team (MCT)
The Reconnect program intensively supports unemployed young people from all backgrounds between 15 to 24 years old to get into vocational education and training. Learning Support Officers will work with you to develop a learning plan based on your needs and career goals. You will be assisted to complete an accredited course and move on to further training or employment. We are partnering with Mill Park Community House to provide you with the Support you need.