EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – Certificate III Media Radio, Compulsory residential block training and held in Cairns at TAFE NORTH and QRAM in conjunction with QRAM (Queensland Remote Aboriginal Media)
You don’t have to live in Cairns to study this program. Fill in Expression of Interest Form here.
Closing date 28th August 2020 – Enrolment Starting date – 18th September 2020
Free online training to help COVID-19 impacted Queensland worker, for more information Download here
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What is CTA? Information for jobactive providers.
CTA is a program to help mature-age job seekers build their skills and confidence to become more competitive in their local job market.
Who is eligible?
All job seekers aged 45 years and over who are registered with a
What happens in CTA?
Participation in CTA will fully meet a participant’s Annual Activity Requirement (AAR) for the period of participation, regardless of the contact hours. CTA is delivered face to face for 75 hours over eight weeks (a minimum of 50 hours is in a group setting) and includes these components:
- Initial meeting: between CTA Facilitator and participant to complete a personalised Career Pathway Assessment.
- Develop goals and motivations: manage expectations for change in career, wellbeing and resilience strategies and build confidence.
- Understand the local job market and identify suitable opportunities: support to identify local opportunities and identify future growth industries.
- Explore and translate transferable skills: identify and articulate existing skills and experience, discussion of pathways for re-skilling and further training.
- Improve and tailor résumés: ensure that the participant has the skills to create, edit and send their résumé using IT platforms.
- Navigate the job application process: manage expectations about receiving responses and feedback, understand how the job application process has changed
- Practise and enhance interview skills: preparation, employer expectations, what to expect during an interview.
- Functional Digital Literacy: increase knowledge and confidence with everyday technology, use different devices, set up and use email accounts, basic desktop publishing
- Experience different industries: inbound and outbound employer visits to get a feel for industries.
- Prepare a Career Pathway Plan: to outline steps towards employment or training opportunities based on transferable skills and the local labour market.
- Warm handover: within five days of course completion, the participant,
jobactive provider aCTA provider meet to discuss next steps.
- Ongoing Support: minimum of two future contacts within three months of course completion, tailored to the participant.
Due to the COVID -19 Pandemic and isolation, Tafe QLD is offering a range of education and training to help support each individual, Smalls & large business. Open link if you wish to enrol.
A person wishing to access the NDIS must:
- Be under the age of 65.
- Be a permeant Australian resident, Australian citizen, permanent visa holder or hold a protected special category visa.
- Have a disability that is permanent
- The disability results in substantially reduced functional capacity
When applying for access to the NDIS, generally, evidence of the disability and how
What is considered good evidence of disability?
- Completed by a training health professional who is relevant to your primary disability
- Confirms the impacts of your disability on the different areas of your life.
- Describes previous treatments and outcomes.
- Describes future treatment options and expected outcomes of those treatments.
Primary disability refers to the impairment that impacts most on your daily functioning.
Who can provide evidence of your disability?
You can work with your treating health professionals to provide your evidence of disability. Examples of common treating health professional include:
- General practitioner(GP)
- Orthopaedic Surgeon
- Occupational Therapist
- Speech Pathologist (Therapist)
What evidence do I need from my treating professional?
Your treating health professional will need to provide evidence that:
- You have, or are likely to have a permanent disability, including information about:
- The type of disability
- the date your disability was diagnosed(if available)
- How long the disability will last:
- and available treatments (i.e. medications, therapies or surgeries
Your disability impacts your everyday life in the following areas, including a description of how each area is impacted:
- Mobility/motor skills
- social interaction
Please feel free in contacting me or Marcia if more information is required, or if you have any questions or queries relating to NDIS.
Local Area Coordinator