OPEN Monday 27 August 2018 to 2 pm (AEST), Tuesday 2 October 2018
The Training and Work Pathways Program (the Program), is the Department of State Growth’s key program to address disadvantage in VET, and supports innovative, targeted projects that support opportunities for Tasmanians facing disadvantage and experiencing barriers to participation in education, training and employment.
The Program can assist a wide variety of projects. Applications must identify the disadvantage and barriers to training and employment that will be addressed, and – where training is to be delivered – detail those support services that will assist access and successful participation. Applicants must also articulate a clear pathway to employment and/ or further education outcomes.
Successful applicants will receive Grants for innovative, targeted projects that support opportunities for people facing point-in-time disadvantage and experiencing barriers to participation in VET and employment.
The Program can support a range of organisations, and projects can involve a wide variety of activities. This might include:
This list is not definitive, and projects may deliver a range of other activities focused on both the supply and demand side of training and employment.
The following are specific program objectives sought by the Program:
Three 45-minute program information sessions to allow potential applicants to hear about the program design, the application process and give people the opportunity to ask questions.
Program information webinar 1:
1 pm (AEST), Wednesday 29 August 2018
Program information webinar 2:
10 am (AEST), Thursday 6 Sept4ember 2018
Program information webinar 3:
11 am (AEST), Tuesday 11 September 2018
The sessions will be held online via Go To Webinar. To register your attendance at one of the three sessions, please visit the following link: https://tinyurl.com/TWPPinfo19.
Enquiries about this program should be directed to the Program Manager, Kris McCracken at email@example.com or 03 6165 6037.