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Barbering & Hairdressing Fundamentals

Clip Joint Education, with the support of Service Skills SA is facilitating 2 short Jobs First Employment Programs (JFEP) targeting youth 17–20 years who are keen to start a creative career in the Hairdressing Industry.

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Introduction to a Pharmacy Career

Drive Your Future - Introduction to a Pharmacy Career Jobs First Employment Program for Ex-Automotive Workers   Service Skills SA is facilitating the Introduction to a Pharmacy Career program ...

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Introduction to a Pharmacy Career

Drive Your Future - Introduction to a Pharmacy Career

Jobs First Employment Program for Ex-Automotive Workers

 

Service Skills SA is facilitating the Introduction to a Pharmacy Career program with training being delivered by the Pharmacy Guild - SA Branch.

The Introduction to a Pharmacy Career program is a Jobs First Employment Program specifically designed for ex-GM Holden, family members of ex-GM Holden and automotive supply chain workers who are registered with the Automotive Workers in Transition Program (AWITP) to transition to a career within Pharmacy. The program will offer you with the skills and knowledge required to provide preliminary advice to customers and to work as part of a pharmacy team.

The training program will run for 6 weeks consisting of 5 weeks classroom based training (Mon-Fri 9:30am - 3:00pm) and 1 week work experience. Training is scheduled for Monday 29th of January – Friday 16th of March 2018.

If you are interested in find out more information please register for the information and enrolment session being held:

Wednesday 13th December 2017 at 9:30am
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia, South Australia Branch - Unit 12 / 202 Glen Osmond Road, Fullarton SA 5063

To book your spot please contact Graham Oades, Service Skills SA via graham@serviceskillssa.com.au or phone: 08 8362 6255.

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Barber and Hairdressing Apprentices!




Know someone who’s keen to become a barber or hairdresser? Or are you looking to find a new apprentice?

Clip Joint Education, with the support of Service Skills SA is facilitating 2 short Jobs First Employment Programs targeting youth 17–20 years who are keen to start a creative career in the Hairdressing Industry.

The ‘Fundamentals of Hairdressing’ and ‘Fundamentals of Barbering’ are both 5 week programs that will provide participants with a pathway into a Hairdressing or Barbering Apprenticeship.

Currently the project is seeking:

participants with long term career aspirations who can commit to 12 days of training (including 2 days of industry work placement) delivered over 3-5 weeks. Training will take place from 1st May–9th June 2017.

employers who are keen to provide work experience to participants with the intention of establishing an apprenticeship should the work experience period be successful.

How to apply:

Employers
To register your businesses interest please call Robyn Barker of Clip Joint Education on (08) 8223 5600 or email robynbarker@clipjoint.com.au.

Candidates
Candidates are required to book into an interview and assessment session as soon as possible. To do so please phone Clip Joint Education on (08) 8223 5600 or email cassandra@clipjoint.com.au.

NOTE: Candidates are required to meet the Job First Employment Project eligibility criteria: 17–20 (preferable), not enrolled at school, unemployed or underemployed (less than avg. 17 hours p/wk), Australian citizen or full working rights in Australia. Please view the flyer for more information.

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New Trade apprenticeship of Barbering in SA in 2017

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Hair and Beauty SA (HBSA) have announced that the new Trade apprenticeship of Barbering will be available in South Australia in 2017 through participating Apprenticeship Centres and Registered Training Organisations.

SA Adventure Activity Standards Released

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The SA Adventure Activity Standards 2015 have been released. They can be viewed and downloaded on Recreation SA's website here.

The nine Adventure Activity Standards that Service Skills SA worked on to update with industry are:

  • Artificial Climbing and Abseiling Structures (2015)
  • Bushwalking (2015)
  • Canoeing and Kayaking (2015)
  • Horse Trail Riding (2015)
  • Mountain Biking (2015)
  • Recreational Angling (2015)
  • Recreational Caving (2015)
  • Trail Bike Riding (2015)


Recreation SA are still working with other peak bodies nationally to talk about an Australian AAS. Its early stages but all states and territories are keen to make it happen.

For further information on the SA Adventure Activity Standards please view the project page.

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