What is the agreement?

The Employment Projects Service Agreement allows eligible training providers to deliver subsidised project activity under their WorkReady Head Agreement.

Employment Projects help individuals to obtain and sustain employment. They combine skill development with services that address barriers to employment such as structured mentoring or career services.

Read the Indicative Employment Projects Service Agreement for more information.

Issuing the agreement

The agreement will be issued to successful applicants who successfully apply for non-accredited subsidised activities.

Training and service providers must hold an active WorkReady Head Agreement to apply for such activities.

Subsidised activities under the Employment Projects Service Agreement

ACE Workforce Transitions Pathways Projects

Adult Community Education (ACE) Workforce Transitions Pathways Projects provide personalised, tailored support, that result in an individual’s transition from ACE to further learning, training or work.

Wherever possible, projects are designed in consultation with Community Centres SA (CCSA) and Department of State Development (DSD) Regional Managers to maximise connections with other DSD skills and employment programs.

See the online form to Apply to deliver ACE Workforce Transitions Pathways Projects 2017-18.

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