Connecting business & young Aboriginal people in the workplace.
About the program
Working Together is a dedicated services with a focus on providing information, support and advice to business owners and operators in the South West to attract recruit and retain young Aboriginal employees.
Working in collaboration with the local Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre, Working Together aims to expand employment, training and mentorship opportunities for young Aboriginal people by connecting them with local business.
Working Together is about delivering local jobs for local people.
Benefits for you
Having a diverse workplace that welcomes Aboriginal employees brings a range of benefits, your business grows with the unique perspectives, experience and knowledge that Aboriginal people can bring to your team and the whole community.
Whether it is offering employment or work experience and becoming a workplace of choice for young Aboriginal People.
Working Together is here to support you to grow your workforce and expand your community’s local employment prospects and opportunities.
How to get involved
Working in partnership with your local Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre, the Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry can help you become a workplace of choice, to attract and retain Aboriginal employees. Through our annual program of events combined with individual tailored visits to your business, we are here to help.
- How to access the Aboriginal jobs board dtwd.wa.gov.au/AWDC/jobsboard
- General information on employing Aboriginal people
- Access to mentoring and training services
- Information on financial support
- How to become a workplace of choice for young Aboriginal people
- Connecting you with potential young Aboriginal employees
- Access to cultural awareness training
Why is this program distinct?
Delivered by your Bunbury Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Working Together is a truly local service that will utilise the local knowledge, expertise and vast community people.
Delivered by Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Department of Training and Workforce Development. Made possible by the State Government’s