Migrant women job readiness

A workshop series designed to improve the employability skills of migrant women across WA affected by COVID-19 and to boost their employability.

Migrant women job readiness

A job readiness workshop series for migrant women has been designed to improve the employability skills of migrant women across Western Australia affected by COVID-19 and to boost their employability.

We encourage you to express your interest in joining the program by completing an EOI form via the link below.

EOI for migrant women

Workshops run over five days, during school hours from 9.00am to 2.30pm, and are delivered in two streams:

Workshop topics

1. Developing your networking skills

2. Develop a career strategy

3. Resumes

4. Cover letters

5. Interview skills

6. Australian workplace culture

7. LinkedIn for job searching

8. Wellness, family and work planning.

Eligibility criteria

To partake in the series, you must:

1. be a migrant woman

2. have vocational English language proficiency to perform effectively in the workplace of your field (level 4 certificate or higher)

3. commit to attend all five workshops.

To be eligible for the Level 1 – Job Readiness Essentials you must also:

1. have limited or no work experience

2. have a good level of work ready- English (level 4 certificate or higher).

To be eligible for Level 2 – Job Readiness Advanced you must also:

1. either be transitioning to a new job or career or reconnecting to your career after a career break

2. have work experience.

Express your interest

We encourage you to express your interest in joining the program by completing an EOI form via the link below.

EOI for migrant women

Once you have applied, your eligibility and available dates will be confirmed by one of our facilitators after a pre-screening phone call.


Program sponsors

These workshops are funded by Lotterywest, delivered by the Kaleidoscope Initiative and hosted in City of Canning and the City of Stirling locations.