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WorkReady service provider Head Agreement (Contract)

The WorkReady Head Agreement is a contractual arrangement that contains the terms and conditions by which the Minister appoints an organisation as a WorkReady service provider. The Minister may from time to time publish an invitation to apply for subsidised activities or otherwise request a WorkReady service provider to deliver subsidised activities. Jobs First Employment Projects are an example.

A WorkReady service provider is eligible to bid for any such activities, which if successful, will result in an offer of a service agreement under the Head Agreement specific to the subsidised activities. The execution of a Head Agreement does not provide the service provider with any guarantee that any service agreement will be executed between the parties.

Head Agreement Indicative Terms

Read the Indicative WorkReady Head Agreement to understand the terms and conditions.

Evaluation of applications for a Head Agreement is ongoing.

Applications are open to all organisations.

See the online form to Apply for a WorkReady Head Agreement

Accredited Training Service Agreement

Read the Guidelines, the Indicative Accredited Training Service Agreement and the Directions for delivering under WorkReady to prepare to apply for an ATSA.

See the online form to Apply for a WorkReady Accredited Training Service Agreement

Employment Projects Service Agreement

The Employment Projects Service Agreement (EPSA) is for employment projects service providers and will be issued to successful applicants of WorkReady Jobs First Employment Projects.

Read the Indicative Employment Projects Service Agreement for more information.

Applying to deliver Jobs First Employment Projects

Applications for WorkReady Jobs First Employment Projects 2016-17 are open to eligible WorkReady providers. Read the Guidelines before applying.

A special call seeking applications for Jobs First Employment Projects to support the National Disability Insurance Scheme are also open.

These projects are specifically aimed at meeting the needs of disability sector employers who have identified job opportunities. Read the brief and guidelines before applying.

There are two applications forms for Jobs First Employment Projects 2016-17:

Applications will be assessed as they are submitted, with priority given to projects that can be completed by 31 May 2017.

Information sessions

Information sessions are available to assist providers with the Jobs First Employment Projects application process. The next session will be held on Thursday, 6 October 2016 from 2.00 - 3.30 pm

Register for the Jobs First Employment Projects information session

Applying to deliver Jobs First Subsidised Training List (STL) Projects

Applications for Jobs First STL Projects 2016-17 are closed.

All applications will be considered together to ensure the total number of training places for Jobs First STL Projects is not exceeded and projects are delivered across metropolitan and regional areas. Read the guidelines for more infomation.

Apply for WorkReady Career Services

Applications for Career Services 2017-18 are closed. Read the Request for Submission for more information.

 

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