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.

Group photo taken at the MWJR October workshop

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.

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 days of the workshop.

This workshop series is designed for women who have limited or no work experience in either their home country or Australia. It is also suitable for women who are transitioning to a new job/career or reconnecting to their career after a break (less than 5 years).


Job Readiness

Location: Hillview Intercultural Community Centre, Bentley
18 July – 22 July 2022


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