Research Intern: Research and review employment and training programs for community services and health sectors

Role Title: Research Intern: Research and review employment and training programs for community services and health sectors

Organisation: Community Services, Health & Education Training Council

Internship Period: Winter (June - July)

Location: Osborne Park

Role Description

The intern will undertake a comprehensive review and collated research into all the employment and training engagement opportunities (programs) for the community services and health sector in WA. The programs would cover attraction, retention and entry points into the sectors. The tasks include:
- Identifying the overlap and where programs can be used together including to the benefit of the worker/student and the employer. - Providing summary documents for different cohorts to enter the sectors e.g. school students, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, CaLD, migrants (including range of visas), return to work, university students, career changers to name a few.

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Organisation Mission

We are a community-based not-for-profit organisation managed by a Board of Management made up of representatives from the Community Services, Health and Education Industries. We are committed to excellence in training to achieve a skilled, recognised and valued workforce for our Industries. Improving access to training and skills recognition underlies all the Training.