Transition to Work
Are you in the process of finding out what makes you awesome?
Do you need some help turning your great skills into a career?
ETC’s Transition to Work program can help!
About Transition to Work
Transition to Work (TtW) is a new service to support young people aged 15-21 who are not in employment or education.
The program is all about creating an environment where you feel connected, unique and respected.
It features a range of group activities, accredited training and engagement with other programs based on your needs, interests and skills.
Where is the service offered?
You can access Transition to Work delivered by ETC in the following locations:
Mid North Coast
|Coffs Harbour||Grafton||Tweed Heads|
|Nambucca Heads||Lismore||Palm Beach|
Is TtW for me?
To participate in Transition to Work a young person must be:
- Aged 15-21, and
- an Australian citizen, or
- the holder of a permanent visa, or
- New Zealand Special Category Visa, or
- Nominated Visa (including Temporary Protection Visa or Safe Haven Visa).
Eligibility also depends on whether you:
- have been awarded a Year 12 certificate or Certificate III
- have been employed within the last six months
- receives an income support payment such as Youth Allowance
- are currently participating in another employment service including jobactive.
Your next move?
If you’re ready to discover your unique potential, fill out the form or contact one of our Youth Advisors today on 1800 007 400.
Kyle CooperApprentice Engineer Birdon Group
After finishing his schooling, Kyle was keen to find himself a career and approached ETC for help with an apprenticeship.
“This was the first one I applied for and I got it straight away. I was pretty lucky,” said Kyle.
“I was stoked when I found out I got the job. I couldn’t stop smiling. My family and friends were ecstatic for me too.”
“ETC was really good to me. They’re a real friendly bunch and it's great fun there.”
Mid North Coast youth Taylor Davis just completed her first ever qualification – Certificate III in Business.
“I thought the course was going to be hard at first, but with all the support I got from ETC, I actually found it pretty easy. I would definitely recommend other young people to come and see them. It’s a lot of fun coming to ETC and they treat you as your age.”