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.

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

Workshop topics


Eligibility criteria

To attend the series, you must:

1. Be a migrant woman

2. Have vocational English language to perform effectively in the workplace of your field (level 3 certificate or higher)

3. Commit to attend all five workshops.

Make a choice:

Choose the workshop that is suitable for your needs and circumstances. There are two streams of workshops:

Job Readiness Essentials is designed for migrant women who:

1. Have limited or no work experience in either their home country or Australia.

Job Readiness Advanced is designed for migrant women who are:

1. Either transitioning to a new job or career or reconnecting to their career after a career break (less than 5 years)

2. Have work experience either their home country or Australia.


Job Readiness Advanced

Register now for Advanced training
Location: Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre, Mirrabooka
23 – 28 August 2021


Job Readiness Essentials

Register now for Essentials training
Location: Bill Cole Centre, Riverton Leisureplex, Riverton
13 – 17 September 2021


Job Readiness Essentials

Register now for Essentials training
Location: Bill Cole Centre, Riverton Leisureplex, Riverton
11 – 15 October 2021


Program sponsors

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