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Brandon’s story

Echuca local Brandon Allen recently graduated from his Traineeship with Bite Me Deli this month, after bouncing back from unemployment and depression. Brandon received his Certificate III in Retail at a presentation ceremony this week from local Sureway Employment & Training Manager Scott Thomson, who Brandon says helped him to change his life along with…

Cameron’s Story

Gippsland local Cameron has made Work for the Dole work for him, gaining employment with his Host radio broadcaster GippsFM. When Sureway Morwell first began discussions around his pending Work for the Dole phase requirements Cameron admits he was initially not pleased. “I had had negative experiences with Work for the Dole with other providers…

Tumut celebrates nomination

Celebrating over 20 years assisting the local community, Sureway Employment & Training Tumut are proud to be a nominee at the 2019 Tumut Regional Business Awards for both ‘Excellence in Sustainability’ and ‘Excellence in Business’ categories.   The Awards acknowledge the great service, contribution and achievements that local businesses make to our community.   Tumut Employment…

Natalie’s story

  Natalie's story Natalie Wilson came to Sureway when her youngest child turned 8. Unsure of the direction she would take when re-entering the work force, she discussed various barriers she felt stood in her way to finding sustainable employment. Cootamundra Recruitment Consultant Kristy Manning recalls Natalie asking ‘what type of job are you going…

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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 while benefiting community organisations. A Federal government program, ‘work for the dole’ teaches job…