BUSY At Work in association with CoAct has expanded its apprenticeship and traineeship services by joining the WA marketplace as an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider, replacing the previous Australian Apprenticeships Centres (AACs). Sheevaun, Judy and Jemma attended the launch event at the Duxton Hotel on Tuesday 7th July. It was a great opportunity to be introduced to the BUSY team and learn about their range of services available to WA employers, industry stakeholders and trainees. They will offer a full advisory service, including job-matching, trainee sign up and contract lodgement, mentoring and processing and paying Commonwealth incentives.
BUSY At Work is a not for profit, community based organisation and supporter of local charities. A cheque for $5,000 was presented to the Esther Foundation at the launch. The Foundation offers intensive support for young women undergoing life struggles to lead successful lives within the community and reach their potential. Annette from Esther Foundation is seen in the photo receiving the cheque from Paul Miles, CEO of BUSY At Work.