Information about Contracts for providers
WorkReady service provider Head Deed (Contract)
The WorkReady Head Deed is a contractual arrangement that contains the terms and conditions on 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 Deed specific to the subsidised activities. The execution of a Head Deed does not provide the service provider with any guarantee that any service agreement will be executed between the parties.
Head Deed Indicative Terms
Read the Indicative WorkReady Head Deed to understand the terms and conditions.
Evaluation of applications for a Head Deed are ongoing.
Applications are open to all organisations.
See the online form to Apply for a WorkReady Head Deed
Applying to deliver Jobs First Employment Projects
WorkReady Jobs First Employment Projects 2015-2016 Round 2 are now open for eligible providers (current WorkReady training and service providers and former Strategic Employment Fund approved providers).
A separate application will be required for each project. Applications will be assessed as they are submitted to enable successful projects to start as soon as possible. Priority will be given to projects that can be completed by 30 June 2016.
Applications will be accepted until Friday 29 April 2016, subject to demand and budget considerations.
See the online form to Apply for WorkReady Jobs First Employment Projects 2015 - 2016 Round 2
Read the Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions and view the list of Jobs First Employment Projects Service Providers to learn more.