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Good News Story: Britney from Bundaberg

Britney commenced with Impact Community Services Transition to Work programme on the 16th of March, 2016 after being referred from a jobactive provider. Britney had gained some limited retail sales experience, and had commenced in a Certificate II (year 10) course the previous year but did not complete ..

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Government to tackle Youth Unemployment

CoAct has welcomed the Government’s commitment to addressing the issue of youth unemployment, announced as part of the 2016 Federal Budget. Treasurer Scott Morrison has pledged $840.3 million over four years towards helping young people move from welfare to work. The Youth Employment Package announced ..

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Queensland Nickel

In January 2016, Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel refinery was placed into administration, leaving its nearly 800 workers in limbo while administrator FTI Consulting determined how the company should proceed in paying off its debts. Fast forward to April 2016, and FTI Consulting has determined that ..

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ConnectUp! 2016

As CoAct continues to evolve to better meet the needs of its members, we have created an exciting new event experience to foster collaboration and innovation - this is the CoAct ConnectUp! This two day event will replace the annual conference.

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Transition to Work update

Three weeks after a successful launch, CoAct is excited to report that they are now up and running as one of the Australian Government’s Transition to Work service providers.

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Welcome to The Apprenticeship Community!

BUSY At Work and CoAct are delighted to introduce the new ‘face’ of training and employment in Western Australia – The Apprenticeship Community.

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ACSO Corrimal Hub Officially Launched

Two of CoAct’s members have celebrated a successful merger by unveiling a new community hub in the Illawarra region.

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CoAct Impact Report released

CoAct is proud to deliver its 2015 Impact Report, highlighting the impact made at all levels of the network; locally, nationally and collectively. It also outlines the unique economic and social value of CoAct, quantified by Ernst & Young.

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Job seekers hopeful about job prospects

Before taking part in the Staples Bag Work for the Dole programme, Marcel would never have considered working in retail.

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WA apprentice takes top honour

The Apprenticeship Community, a CoAct and BUSY At Work initiative, is extremely proud of Jayden Pickering, who was named the Best Sports Field Graduate at the Western Australian Turf Awards in Perth.

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CoAct recognised for excellence in employment services

The 2015 NESA National Employment Services Awards for Excellence finalists have been announced, with the CoAct network recognised in two prestigious categories

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Press Conference Notification

The 1st Global CoAct Conference on social end economic policy, “The Power Of Many” Canberra, Australia, 23-24 June 2015 in conjunction with: Dr. Marco Roncarati, Social Affairs Officer, Social Development Division, United Nations ESCAP and Stéphane Carcillo, OECD Senior Economist, Directorate for ..

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Conference opening address

The 1st Global CoAct Conference on social end economic policy, “The Power Of Many” Canberra, Australia, 23-24 June 2015 Speech delivered by Matt Little, CEO CoAct in conjunction with: Mr. Marco Roncarati, Social Affairs Officer, Social Development Division, United Nations ESCAP and Stéphane Carcillo, ..

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CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey presents awards to Australias first inaugural 'CoAct Local Heroes'

The new CoAct Ambassador will present the awards at Mural Hall, Parliament House today to recipients from across the country who provide inspiration, have shown great personal achievements or created innovations for Australians who need a road back into the workplace and a brighter future.

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Campbelltown Businesswoman Wins Local Heroes Award At National Ceremony

Tricia Brunt, a former NEIS Program Participant who now runs the successful international freight forwarding business United Pacific Freight (UPF), has been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ award by CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey alongside her Federal MP, Russell Matheson ..

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Local Wollongong Charity Founder Wins Local Heroes Award At National Ceremony

'Need A Feed' founder Shaz Harrison-Shaw, who helps local families and provide food support and emergency food relief, has been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ award by CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey alongside her Federal MP, Sharon Bird and nominator Access Community ..

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Local ACT Woman Wins Local Heroes Award At National Ceremony

Sue Salthouse, who is a disability activist and a State Finalist Senior Australian of the Year 2015, has been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ award by CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey alongside her Federal MP, Gai Brodtmann and nominator Advance Personnel (a member of CoAct) ..

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Local Perth Group Wins Local Heroes Award At National Ceremony

Dismantle, an innovative group that works with disengaged young people through bicycle initiatives, has been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ award by CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey alongside their Federal MP, Melissa Parke and nominator Bridging The Gap (a member of CoAct) ..

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Local Bundaberg Woman Wins Local Heroes Award At National Ceremony

Kerry Hodgson, who supports people with a severe and persistent mental illness secure employment and training after overcoming her own personal barriers, has been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ award by CoAct Ambassador, Olympic and World Champion, Matthew Cowdrey alongside her Federal MP, Keith Pitt ..

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Local Duo Win Local Heroes Award At National Ceremony

Dynamic duo Tracy Sassall and Gail Isedale, joint directors of Angels for Autism, an organisation that provides schools, parents and community members access The Autism Support Kit (ASK) E-Learning educational resources for children and young people with Autism, have been given a ‘CoAct Local Heroes’ ..

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