Skilling for Recovery Initiative
- February 3, 2021
- Posted by: Admin
- Category: Newsroom
What is Skilling for Recovery (SfR)?
Skilling for Recovery (SfR) is part of a matched funding commitment of almost $320 million between the NSW and Australian governments under the JobTrainer Fund. SfR is a key component of the State’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan.
The Priority Part Qualifications
In association with SfR initiative, Brighten Institute Australia is ready for operating the Priority Part Qualifications training. The Priority Part Qualifications areas are aged care, nursing, trades, IT, community services, logistics and accounting.
The Priority Part Qualifications will be nationally accredited skill sets or locally designed skills groups for those who want to upskill and/or reskill their industry currency for gaining recognition in the recruitment market and for a new career path.
SfR part qualification programs are for school leavers, young people and job seekers who meet the following eligibility criteria.
- Aged group between 17-24 at commencement of training, regarldess of employment status, including Year 12 school leavers.
- Someone who is a recipient of a Commonwealth Government welfare benefit as in the Smart and Skilled Fee Administration Policy.
- Someone who is unemployed
- Someone who is employed but
- low skilled / unskilled
- works in declining industries.
Full details of the courses on offer as part of Skilling for Recovery is here.
Any enquiries on the SfR Part Qualifications, please address to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively contact us on 02 9223 1868.
Reference: Training Service NSW (2020, November 4). Skilling for Recovery Fee-Free Training [Media Release]. Retrieved from https://www.training.nsw.gov.au/news/articles/skilling_for_recovery/index.html