The 12 month long Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme (IAP) offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians an opportunity to start their full-time careers in the public service and gain a nationally recognised qualification. Continue reading Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme supporting career success
Television personality and White Ribbon Ambassador Andrew O’Keefe was a special guest at a joint Department of Human Services and Australian Federal Police event acknowledging the work of White Ribbon Australia and their campaign to prevent men’s violence against women. Continue reading Taking a stand against violence against women
For most people, this weekend will be a chance to unwind and forget the stresses of the week. For 24 Department of Human Services staff, it will involve a 454 kilometre cycling trek from Canberra to Mt Kosciusko and back. Continue reading On Your Bike
Supporting the Mother’s Day Classic fun run is something very close to the heart of Nikki White, a Digital Service Officer at the Department of Human Services.
If you live in or travel across Canberra or south-eastern NSW, it’s comforting to know the Snowy Hydro SouthCare rescue helicopter is there saving lives 24/7 every day of the year.
For unemployed people the cost of interview-appropriate clothes can be a barrier to landing a new job. Canberra charity Communities@Work helps change wardrobes and outcomes for job seekers. Continue reading Helping job seekers dress to impress
Department of Human Services Secretary Kathryn Campbell has raised over $32,000 for the annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout held this week, the highest amount out of the 96 ACT participants this year.