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Employment & Productive Diversity. Addressing unemployment in CALD communities. Settlement Services Community Development Advocacy Sector Development Employment and Training Employment as key component of successful settlement Skills, experience and personal attributes.

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Employment productive diversity

Employment & Productive Diversity

Addressing unemployment in CALD communities


  • Settlement Services

  • Community Development

  • Advocacy

  • Sector Development

  • Employment and Training

    • Employment as key component of successful settlement

    • Skills, experience and personal attributes



Jobseeker support
Jobseeker support

  • Training in Australian work culture, essential employability skills, workplace rights and responsibilities, as well as occupational health and safety

  • Assistance with career pathway planning and overseas skills recognition, training in job search techniques as well as individualised application support, including resume preparation, cover letter writing and interview coaching

  • Access to skills development through accredited vocational training and opportunities for work experience


Mda s role in work welcome
MDA’s role in Work & Welcome

  • Administering program funds (tax-deductible donations)

  • Being the formal employer of all program participants

  • Serving as the chief referring agency to the program

  • Assisting participants into ongoing employment


Aims of the yef
Aims of the YEF

  • To raise awareness about the needs and challenges refugee and migrant young people face when seeking work in their chosen industries

  • To provide young people with tips and strategies to improve their job seeking efforts

  • To give young jobseekers an opportunity to network directly with employers


Panellists at yef
Panellists at YEF

  • All Purpose Transport

  • Australian Country Choice

  • Greenslopes Private Hospital

  • McDonald’s

  • Queensland Police Service

  • Woolworths


What we offer employers
What we offer employers

  • Successful partnerships to provide lasting staffing solutions

  • Access to job-ready candidates screened to match the specific requirements of a given role and workplace

  • Full support throughout the entire recruitment process

  • Pre-employment induction and training to meet specific workplace needs

  • Ongoing support for employers and employees during the probation phase (and up to 3 months post placement)

  • Fee-for-service training and consultancy on workplace diversity and working across cultures, as well as on-the-job cultural and language support


Key features of successful regional employment and settlement
Key features of successful regional employment and settlement

  • Individuals’ motivation to find and stay in paid work

  • Development of strong networks among new and emerging communities

  • Positive community welcome (or community preparedness)

  • Strong local partnerships

  • Industry partnerships (e.g., MDA, Teys Australia and AWX Agribusiness)


Thank you! settlement

Sebastian Ross-Hagebaum

[email protected]


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