REDI.E’s VTEC and RTO teams have hosted a morning tea for the Dubbo Joblink Plus office, to discuss service delivery for indigenous clients.
VTEC Case Manager Brendan Doyle presented some ideas about how REDI.E can work with them as a jobactive provider, and how our services best suit the needs of individual job seekers.
RTO Coordinator Max Rabbett gave a presentation about how REDI.E can help with any training and further qualifications job seekers may need to gain employment.
After the formal meeting, an open group discussion was held, which aimed to highlight the needs of young people - and how many are getting lost in between their final year of school and gaining employment.
It was determined that REDI.E would undertake a case study into this issue, and look into ways to reduce the amount of young school leavers entering unemployment. It will also investigate ways to keep them engaged after school, and how they can be placed into meaningful employment as soon as possible.
REDI.E would like to thank the Joblink Plus Dubbo staff for a productive day, with some exciting things to come from this partnership.
This initiative is funded/supported by the Australian Government.