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ABOUT AEPP

Job Centre Australia’s Aboriginal Pathway Program focuses on providing culturally appropriate connections with the community and individually focused employment solutions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Aboriginal Employment Pathways

  • Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander?
  • Are you seeking to gain employment?
  • Not sure which career path is right for you?
  • Do you need help to get a job?

Our Acknowledgement

“We respect and embrace the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians and cultural knowledge holders of this land. We acknowledge elders past and present as well as our children for they are the future”

We promote…

Relationships


Respect


Opportunities


Measuring Success

We are proud to have partnered with Reconciliation Australia in the development of our Reconciliation Action Plan.

Job Centre Australia shares Reconciliation Australia’s vision for everyone to wake to a reconciled, just and equitable Australia and we are dedicated to ‘Closing the social, economic and health Gap’ between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians, through our training and employment programs which have the unanimous and full support of our Board of Directors.

Our organisation has made a commitment to prepare and find employment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as one of its strategic priorities; especially youth for the future, as articulated in the Job Centre Australia’s 2014-18 strategic plan.

Job Centre Australia Reconciliation Action Plan

OUR CLIENTS AT WORK

What we do

Job Centre Australia’s Aboriginal Employment Pathway Program (AEPP) is designed to provide culturally appropriate support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to overcome barriers to gaining and maintaining employment. We individually tailor the support required, whether it be training, on the job support or mentoring to help in the transition to employment. Job Centre Australia has Indigenous Engagement Co-ordinators and trainers in NSW and QLD, with approximately 6% of our staff identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

GET IN TOUCH

“We respect and embrace the Aboriginal people of this region as the traditional custodians and cultural knowledge holders of this land.”

Aboriginal Employment Pathways Program worker standing in front of a van
Job Centre Australia
Job Centre Australia Transition to work