The interview process is a crucial part of your job search. While the employer evaluates your suitability for the role, you also get an opportunity to learn more about the company you are applying for. To help you make a … Continued
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Warrakirri College has recently joined forces with the organisation, Walkers Moving and Storage in order to establish the School-to-Work program. The program is a collaboration between the two organisations that assists in developing the link between education and workforce skills … Continued
Last week, the Minister for Multiculturalism John Ajaka attended the graduation ceremony of the SkillME vocational employment program for migrants and refugees.
The program helps migrants and refugees up-skill and have their previous qualifications recognised in Australia to gain local … Continued
If you’ve been unemployed for a long period of time, perhaps due to redundancy, maternity leave, extended travel, or any other of the wide variety of reasons, you may be considering returning to the work force. For many, this exercise … Continued
The accuracy and speed of your typing is an excellent and desirable skill that employers look for.
While many people have done basic typing at school, or simply typed a lot in everyday life, producing documents and emails with accuracy … Continued
Warakirri College now has an additional support resource for students after receiving a generous donation of $20,000 from The Snow Foundation.
Due to their disrupted education, poor family role models, learning difficulties or recent migration from war zones, many of … Continued
Fairfield’s Warakirri College will be holding its annual open day on September 9 for young people seeking a second chance at education.
The college offers an alternative form of learning to students who have experienced difficulties staying in school.
Adriana … Continued
Tricia Brunt, a former NEIS Program Participant who now runs the successful international freight forwarding business United Pacific Freight (UPF), has been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ award by CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey alongside her Federal … Continued
MTC Australia’s clients and staff have united to raise over $23,000 for Oxfam’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
The not-for-profit organization, which delivers youth, employment and training initiatives across Sydney, held a series of morning and afternoon teas to raise funds for … Continued
MTC Australia, in partnership with the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Liverpool City Council, celebrated Harmony Day with a giveaway of over 300 Harmony burgers in Liverpool.
The community event brought together people from all corners of the globe in celebration … Continued