Planning Career Futures for Refugees
AMES Australia in partnership with Scanlon Foundation will deliver a career pathways planning program for skilled humanitarian entrants to South Australia.
The program will work with each participant to:
- Plan a career pathway in Australia
- Show how to find jobs that match their overseas skills and qualification
- Obtain recognition of overseas qualifications, upskill or reskill
- Connect to local employers, state and federal government programs and
- Find employment and volunteering opportunities that assist participants achieve their career goals in Australia
The program will run from March to December 2019.
- Refugees who have arrived in Australia in the past 5 years
- Hold visa subclass: 200, 201,202, 203 or 204
- Have good English
- Have overseas skills and/or qualification