Kadadjiny Bidi - 'Learning Path'
Would you like a chance to build new skills towards further training or employment?
Kadadjiny Bidi means ‘Learning Path’ and is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 15-64 who are registered with Centrelink.
Kadadjiny Bidi can help you to:
- Use computers
- Gain a qualification
- Prepare for interviews
- Develop your résumé
- Get work experience
- Learn small business skills
- Learn workplace expectations
- Learn about career pathways
- Get help with reading, writing & maths
Location: 7/42 Commerce Ave, Armadale WA 6112 (around the corner from Centrelink)
When: Three days per week from 9am – 2:30pm. Classes begin 5th February and we will continue to accept new students on a rolling intake basis.
Kadadjiny Bidi can help you change your life today.
If you’re interested in participating in Kadajiny Bidi, contact your nearest Centrelink or jobactive provider and ask to be referred to Centacare’s SEE program in Armadale.
For more information please contact: Helen Mulcahy – 9482 7000 or Simone Collard – 0477 759 523
Information for referring agencies:
Kadadjiny Bidi is being run under the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program and allows Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to participate in the Gaining Access to Training and Employment (GATE) course.
GATE is a nationally recognised qualification which aims to improve academic skills in order to prepare participants for further training or education and enhance employment opportunities.
The program is very flexible; participants can start at any level and learn at their own pace.
Referring agencies are encouraged to refer participants to the program using the below ESS Activity ID.
ESS Activity ID: 2978 9342