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Project a win-win for all

  It was an approach characteristic of everything Griffith’s Neighbourhood House stands for, as a local ‘work for the dole’ project gave the centre the facelift it desperately needed. A Federal government program, ‘work for the dole’ teaches job seekers essential skills while benefiting community organisations. To read more on the Area News article click here. Image courtesy of Area News

Wetland Makeover thanks to Work for the Dole

  As featured in The Irrigator – 31 May 2017 With Fivebough Wetlands touted as the hidden jewel in Leeton’s crown, the area will now be receiving a makeover.   The NSW Department of Lands and Forestry celebrated the launch of the Work for the Dole Fivebough Wetlands Project. The project e...

Work for the Dole makes headlines in Dubbo

A small army of Work for the Dole participants in Dubbo is giving the Macquarie River a new lease of life.

With the help of some local ingenuity and tireless fundraising, local campaigner Matt Hanson is behind the effort to clean up the river with the help of the River Repair Bus and 30 Work for the Dole participants.

Watch the video here!

Video courtesy of Prime7 News

Sureway Clients construct a worthy donation

Sureway clients who have just completed a Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operation through Forbes TAFE recently donated the tables they made to the Calarie Hall. Read on.

Job seekers celebrate graduation

For the last six months Sureway has been running a Certificate III in Aged Care in the Parkes office. 

A great attendance rate was achieved with job seekers thoroughly enjoying the course which was taught by Judy Wilson and facilitated by Glen Parsons. To find out more click here.

Plea to help end Wagga's youth unemployment woes

 

The challenge has been laid down to the Wagga business community - help end regional Australia's youth unemployment crisis by finding jobs for 20 young people by the end of next month. To find out more click here. 

Wagga's Judy Galloway: Age discrimination exists in worplaces

Wagga businesswoman Judy Galloway says discrimination in the workplace still exists and deep-seated stereotypes about older workers needs to change. To find out more click here.
 

Judy Galloway - Woman of the Year

STARTING a small business is a daunting task under ideal circumstances, but when Judy Galloway opened employment and training company Sureway in Wagga in 1989 she was raising four young children at the same time. To find out more click here.

 

 

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Sureway Employment & Training are working with job seekers to make a difference in the lives of 10 individuals through their Certificate 1 Work Preparation. All participants are now looking forward to graduation day on 25 May 2012.

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Exciting times for Sureway

Sureway Employment & Training (Sureway) are excited to announce the acquisition of South Australian business SA Career Consultants (SACC).

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Sureway Employment and Training benefits from outstanding results

More job seekers in the South Eastern NSW area will benefit from services provided by Sureway Employment and Training (Sureway) from 2012.

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Wagga’s Community HOUSE Team Announced as National Awards Finalist

The Sureway Employment & Training Community HOUSE has been
recognised as one of the three most innovative projects to help
unemployed people who are having difficulty obtaining full-time work.

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Sureway to help people with a disability secure and maintain work in Broken Hill

  Sureway, a leading provider of employment services throughout rural and regional NSW, South Australia and Victoria and metropolitan Adelaide, has been awarded a contract to assist individuals with disabilities transition to sustainable employment and independence. The contract for the Disability Employment Services Employment Support Service (DES-ESS) was awarded by the Department of Education, Employment, and Workplace Relations (DEEWR). The contract represents a significant expansion of ...

Wetland Makeover thanks to Work for the Dole

27 Jul 2017 -

As featured in The Irrigator – 31 May 2017 With Fivebough Wetlands touted as the hidden jewel in Leeton’s crown, the area will now be receiving a makeover.
Th...

Project a win-win for all

10 Feb 2017 -


It was an approach characteristic of everything Griffith’s Neighbourhood House stands for, as a local ‘work for the dole’ project gave the centre the facelift it desperately needed. A Federal government program, ‘work for the dole’ teaches job seekers essential skills ...

Sureway to help people with a disability secure and maintain work in Broken Hill

5 Nov 2012 - Contract expands Sureway's support for job seekers with Disability

Sureway, a leading provider of employment services throughout rural and regional NSW, South Australia and Victoria and metropolitan Adelaide, has been awarded a contract to assist individuals with disabilities transition to sustainable employment and independence. The contract for the Disability Employment Serv...

Good News Story

22 May 2012 - Changing lives will change communities

Sureway Employment & Training are working with job seekers to make a difference in the lives of 10 individuals through their Certificate 1 Work Preparation. All participants are now looking forward to graduation day on 25 May 2012.

Download

Exciting times for Sureway

23 Apr 2012 -

Sureway Employment & Training (Sureway) are excited to announce the acquisition of South Australian business SA Career Consultants (SACC).

Download

Sureway Employment and Training benefits from outstanding results

17 Nov 2011 -

More job seekers in the South Eastern NSW area will benefit from services provided by Sureway Employment and Training (Sureway) from 2012.

Download

Wagga’s Community HOUSE Team Announced as National Awards Finalist

4 Aug 2008 -

The Sureway Employment & Training Community HOUSE has been
recognised as one of the three most innovative projects to help
unemployed people who are having difficulty obtaining full-time work.

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