people to find work.
people through our Employment, Indigenous, Youth and Community services.
employers to find the right fit.
different languages spoken by our staff.
staff who identify as
Aboriginal or Torres
of our staff were born in a country other than Australia.
Culturally and linguistically diverse people.
People with a disability,
injury or illness.
As an essential service, Workskil Australia is here to help. Our offices in Melbourne will be closed until 14 September 2020 but we are available by phone. Our offices in the Geelong area, NSW, SA and WA are practicing social distancing and primarily servicing by phone, with limited face to face interactions. If you are not feeling well and you have a future or past appointment, please call us to let us know. Read More
Talia* started in the Work Ready, Release Ready (WRRR) program from the Adelaide Pre-Release Centre. Talia had been in and out of prison since she was 12 years old, and estimates that she has been incarcerated approximately 50 times as a juvenile and 10-12 times as an adult. Talia had never worked or had a driver’s license before, and also had mental illness. *Name changed for privacy. Read More
The Australian Government is supporting job seekers and employers to connect in a rapidly changing job market. Read More
Robert, Employer, Western Australia
David, Employer, New South Wales
Joanne, Employer, South Australia
Penny, Customer, New South Wales
Jerry, Customer, Victoria