Mai-Wel LabourForce Solutions Dungog provides local jobseeker services
Mai Wel LabourForce Solutions(MWLFS) Dungog jobseekers met with representatives from Ability Links and Dungog Community Centre on Wednesday, 7th February, to work on goal setting, future planning and the value of community connections.
Laura Jack and Lisa Bowditch of Ability Links workshopped goalsetting, future planning and establishing links with people, supports and services in the community, while Education Project Officer at Dungog Community Centre, John O’ Brien, gave job local-specific information about community groups, lifestyle programs and upcoming education courses.
Kyllie Tegg, Service Area Manager of Employment Services at MWLFS says she is proud of the training and local engagement opportunities for jobseekers in Dungog, made possible through the support of the Dungog business community and partnerships with organisations like Ability Links and Dungog Community Centre.
“Dungog is an amazing community to work in. Since commencing services in 2009, the business community have really embraced us and we are so thankful that our relationships enable us to provide exciting opportunities to develop our participants’ skills for employment,” she said.
“We look forward to continuing our work with the Dungog business community for positive jobseeker and business outcomes,” said Ms Tegg.
The Dungog team deliver a range of Disability Employment Services including Employment Support Services and Disability Management Services, including mental health specialist services.
The Mai-Wel LabourForce Solutions Dungog office is located at 144 Dowling Street in Dungog, open every Wednesday between 8.30am and 4.30pm, or at addition times by appointment.
For more information about the jobseeker services available or how MWLFS Dungog can work with your business, contact the team on (02) 4015 8400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.