Aboriginal workforce programs and support​

Your business may be eligible for funding and assistance that support skills and training and employment.

Jobs First Employment Projects

Jobs First Employment Projects are tailored activities developed in partnership with employers, industries and regional stakeholders to assist job seekers to obtain and sustain a job. If you need new staff trained in skills for your business talk to a Regional Manager about the providers in your region that are subsidised to assist you to access appropriately skilled and work ready job seekers in your local community.

Contact a Regional Manager to discuss your participation in a Jobs First Employment Project.

Other funding

The Industry Skills Fund offers training and support services to eligible businesses to upskill and train employees to meet future challenges and take advantage of new business growth opportunities. For more information about eligibility and to enquire visit the Industry Skills Fund.

Visit the business website of the Australian government for more programs that may offer assistance.

GRANTassist provides information on state and federal government business development and financial support assistance and programs relevant to businesses across all industry sectors. Visit GRANTassist.

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Welcome to our new website for career, training, apprenticeship and traineeship, funding and workforce information. Training providers and apprenticeship and traineeship users can log in to STELA, ATIS and their Skills for All Provider Application from this home page.

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