CDP Employer Engagement

CDP Employer Engagement

Categories: Employment, Job Seekers, Training, Wurrumiyanga, Milikapiti, Pirlangimpi, News

2019 was an exciting year for the Community Development Program on the Tiwi Islands. Over 100 of our job seekers gained employment and everyone had the opportunity to gain relevant skills and experience so that, as jobs become available, they could confidently apply.

We would like to thank all the organisations who support our program of activities, training and opportunities for job seekers. Thanks to your support we were able to provide regular health promotion, legal advice, emergency services training, exercise classes and information sharing. We would also like to thank the employers and host activity providers who provide a range of on-the-job training and employment opportunities.

Real employer engagement is about building positive and ongoing relationships. We have had many visitors to our centres and you are always welcome. Please call to arrange a time.

Related Posts

  • Calvary Community Care

    Elsie Kerinaiua and Felicity Portiminni joined Calvary Community Care Mulakunya Flexible Aged Care Nguiu in October 2019 as support workers. Elsie and Felicity's day-to-day responsibilities include assisting with meal preparation and serving, and

  • Barge Shed Storemen

    This February has marked the second year that Aaron Kantilla has joined the Tiwi Enterprise Team as a Barge Shed Storeman. Jerone-Nim Tipuamantumirri recently joined the team in November 2019.

  • Trainees at the Port

    In mid 2019, the National Indigenous Australians Agency announced an employment incentive program called "1000 jobs". The 1,000 jobs package is a wage subsidy that supports employment opportunities across remote

  • New faces at Wurrumiyanga

    Tabatha Burt, Employment Consultant Tabatha came to Bathurst in June 2019 to support Tiwi people in securing employment on the Tiwi Islands. She has over 27 years of experience in