A range of events are conducted through Jobs and Skills WA, such as professional learning workshops, jobseeker presentations and employer information forums free of charge throughout the year at our Perth and regional centres. We can also visit your school or workplace to run information sessions or professional learning workshops.
Jobs and Skills WA sponsors and facilitates the very successful Deadly Jobs Expo each year as part of NAIDOC week, bringing industry, employers and jobseekers together to highlight employment opportunities for Aboriginal people in Western Australia.
We regularly review our events to make sure we continue to meet the changing needs of our clients.
How we can help
Whether you're a jobseeker or employer, by registering with Jobs and Skills WA you'll be the first to know about what events are happening each month across WA. Because numbers at our workshops and other events are strictly limited, you'll be able to book in early and secure a spot.
Register now or contact us to find out more.
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Our industry spotlights are informal sessions where an employer showcases their business and the type of employment opportunities available.
For jobseekers, the industry spotlight events are a fantastic opportunity to find out about the business and its employment opportunities, and ask questions to see if they would like to work there.
For employers the industry spotlight events provide an opportunity to promote the business and reach an audience of Aboriginal jobseekers who are 'job ready'.
Employer and service provider information forums
In these forums, we provide information to employers and service providers about Aboriginal recruitment and retention strategies and how we can help advertise their positions to Aboriginal jobseekers.
We also invite guest speakers and offer a range of other topics providing information around services that may assist Aboriginal people to overcome barriers to employment and to enter or re-enter the workforce.
These forums are a fantastic starting point for any business looking to start, increase or retain their Aboriginal workforce, or for anyone wanting more information about available support services.