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James, Owner at Leura Garage
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Christian didn’t excel at traditional schooling so focused his energy into the industry preparation skill building classes offered through his high school and run by Michael from All Sweeper Hire.
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Kevork resettled in Australia almost six months ago as a Syrian refugee. In Syria he had worked as a former and fitter machinist running a successful business specialising in the manufacturing of plastic moulds and car parts.
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Shalvey Community Centre Story
Shalvey residents have recently started to notice a productive veggie garden taking shape at the Shalvey Community Centre, with many complimenting Carol, the Centre Manager, for making the environment more appealing for their children.
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Anthony at Nova Springwater
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I’ve been working here at Wetlands Nursery for six and a half years. I start work at 8:00am and finish at 4:30 and work three days a week. I like working here, being outside, it's quiet and every day is different.
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Congratulations Andrew for your successful month of training at Woolworths! We are pleased to hear that you’re loving it, and everyone there is praising your dedication, attention to detail and fast paced work style.
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Craig started his café assistant internship role with view to employment recently, through the Youth Jobs PaTH program, a new government initiative designed to prepare young people for work.
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Kaori started in her position at the end of January, following two weeks work trial with her new employer. In preparation for this, Kaori also received support from the employment advisor at jobactive provider Olympus Solutions to enrol in a TAFE Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program and to improve her conversational English skills.
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Jake did a one week work trial and impressed his prospective employer with his passion for the trade and hunger to learn. As a result he is now employed as an apprentice baker at Baker’s Delight.
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After two months of hard work and dedication, Louise is now approaching her three months milestone as part of the team at The Legal Grind café in Parramatta. Ability Options' Disability Employment Services (DES) team is grateful to have been part of Louise's great journey and also very proud of her achievement.
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The apprentice chef role at Hog’s Breath is Stacey's first job since leaving school and she was thrilled to be given the opportunity to work in an industry that has always interested her.
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Jake knows his Employment Liaison Consultant (ELC) Ben Gauci from Ability Options is always ready to recommend quality candidates who are right for his business.
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Vai and Madison's Story
Assisting young people aged 15-24 to move from education to the workplace, our unique skills based program in Holroyd is delivering great results.
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“Never say no to opportunities,” said the unassuming kitchen-hand at Hank’s Seafood Co in Penrith.
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“Zoe’s profile fitted perfectly with our company’s needs," said Chris, who was looking for a capable Office Administrator for their growing Annangrove-based business.
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