It can be hard finding a job if you haven’t been working for a while. It can also be difficult when personal circumstances make working more challenging. The job market is ever-changing, and so are job application techniques. TURSA is here to help you navigate your way back to sustainable employment.
Find your closest TURSA employment agency around Casino or submit an enquiry to our Workforce Australia providers below.
Workforce Australia is an initiative funded by the Australian Government. Its goal is to assist people in finding and retaining employment.
As a dedicated Casino employment services provider, TURSA plays an important role in the process. Some of the ways in which TURSA can help you with Workforce Australia include:
We understand every Casino job seeker is unique. Our hope is to provide tailored assistance to overcome any barrier you’re facing… to unlock your full potential. And, our experienced team of Workforce Australia providers is committed to guiding you through the process. From perfecting resumes to acing job interviews.
With the support of our Casino team, you can confidently apply yourself. We can work together to find the perfect fit for your career goals.
Uncertain about your Workforce Australia eligibility, or not sure where to begin? Our Casino team are experienced in eligibility and obligations and can assist you. Contact us online or use the enquiry form below to begin.
Meeting eligibility criteria is a key component of Workforce Australia and ongoing support. If you’re in Casino and already receiving income support payments through Centrelink, like:
You may be eligible for our services. Depending on your circumstances, you can receive assistance in two ways:
If you’re not already receiving income support from above methods, you may still be eligible. But instead, you will need to enrol in Workforce Australia voluntarily. You can contact our Casino team for assistance on this matter.
Once enrolled in Workforce Australia, participants must meet mutual obligation requirements. Some examples of Workforce Australia mutual obligations include:
Typically, these are designed to ensure participants are keeping engaged in job-seeking processes.
We pride ourselves on providing a thorough approach to employment. Our end-to-end Workforce Australia provider services help you prepare for and find work.
To address each participant’s needs, we’ve dedicated resources to guide every step.
To help provide personalised support, each participant is assigned a dedicated employment adviser.
TURSA Casino has connections in the local community and across Australia.
Engaging with our Workforce Australia providers, you’ll have access to this network. Together with your adviser, you can access employers and job vacancies to find employment.
Preparation is the key to success in any career placement. Our resources and support are here to help you meet your Workforce Australia goals:
From polishing your resume to practising your interview skills. We can help you excel in your chosen field. Our Workforce Australia providers can help you navigate the job market. Let us be your partner in achieving a successful, fulfilling career.
Our participant-focused model will support you on your journey to long-lasting employment. Working with our Workforce Australia Providers, you will have opportunities for:
Contact us now to find your closest TURSA office and speak to someone today about how we can help you!
Centrelink provides your income support payments while enrolled in the Workforce Australia programme. TURSA is contracted by the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations as an employment services provider. Our role is to assist you in preparing and looking for work during this time.
Mutual obligation requirements are what you’ll have to do as a condition for receiving an income support payment. These obligations will be set out in your Job Plan, and your TURSA Employment Adviser will provide you with the support and resources to help you meet them. The requirements can include:
Your requirements and job searching activities will be outlined in your Job Plan, which you’ll create with your TURSA Employment Adviser during your initial meeting. Your TURSA Employment Adviser will explain what you’ll need to do. You’ll be able to provide input to ensure your Job Plan also suits your individual needs.
Each month Centrelink requires you to report on your job searching activity. This is done via the MyGov website. Your plan will advise your due dates for lodgement, and your Employment Adviser will step you through the process.
If you can’t make an appointment or activity, please let us know as soon as possible so we can reschedule this for you and ensure there’s no delay in your income support payments.
Workforce Australia is the new way for job seekers to access the government’s employment services. Workforce Australia Services, delivered by Tursa Employment and Training, provides you with an enhanced service to overcome barriers to finding a job and to be work-ready.
In order to keep receiving income support payments from Centrelink, you need to meet your mutual obligation requirements while you search for work. From 4 July, 2022, your mutual obligations will be part of the new Workforce Australia Points Based Activation System (PBAS). This system aims to give you more choice in the tasks and activities you carry out as part of your mutual obligation requirements.
Please speak to your TURSA employment Adviser if you have any questions about your points total or the activities in your Job Plan.
You’ll earn a certain number of points by completing tasks and activities in a reporting period.
These can include:
Meeting your points total
Your TURSA employment adviser will discuss the number of points you need to earn for each reporting period.
They will also discuss with you how to earn and how to report them.
Every participant’s points total will depend on the support they receive and their circumstances, so you may have a different number of points to earn than other Workforce Australia participants.
Please remember, your income payments can be impacted if you don’t reach your number of points during the reporting period.
If you have any problems meeting your points total, speak to your TURSA Employment Adviser as soon as possible.
Your friends or family will thank you later.