Worklinks is a community-based organisation that helps young or underprivileged Queenslanders gain education and employment in Mitchelton.
Worklinks is a not-for-profit, community-based organisation that helps Queensland’s youth, Indigenous, mature aged, underprivileged and at-risk citizens gain vital training and employment opportunities through government and community incentives and support networks.
Examples of services and opportunities we provide include:
The team here at Worklinks has been providing community-focused programs and services since 1997 and continues to be a highly-respected organisation today.
We have operations throughout Southeast Queensland, including:
Examples of the services and community programs we offer in Mitchelton include:
Transition To Work
Skilling Queenslanders for Work
Get Set for Work
Registered Training Organisation
The Transition to Work program has been designed to help young people between the ages of 15 to 24 find a meaningful, rewarding and sustainable career path.
In this program, we aim to:
- Provide intensive pre-employment support and training.
- Support early school leavers and young adults into further education or employment.
- Help in the development of practical, job-friendly skills.
- Help people connect with education and training providers.
- Locate job opportunities within local communities.
- Find work experience placements and more.
For more information, head over to our services page, or contact our friendly helpdesk.
The ParentsNext program has been created to support parents and carers who are receiving Parenting Payments. We help clients create a planned career pathway in preparation for work when their youngest child reaches school age.
The program’s initiatives and services include, but are not limited to:
- Skills development
- Training and work experience
- Financial support networks
- Interview and job preparation
- Certified training and more
To learn more about this program’s eligibility, please head over to the ParentsNext services page or contact one of our helpful staff via our online contact portal.
Skilling Queenslanders for Work in Mitchelton
Skilling Queenslanders for Work is a $420-million government project being rolled out over six years to assist up to 54,000 Queenslanders with employment opportunities.
This funding will be focused on support for the unemployed and underemployed, including:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
- Para-able and special needs citizens
- Mature age job seekers
- Women re-entering the workforce
- Veterans and ex-service personnel
To find out if you are eligible to benefit from this Queensland Government initiative, head over to the link in our services pages or call one of our consultants.
Get Set for Work in Mitchelton
The Queensland Government’s Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative aims to improve the education, skills, employment opportunities and social stability of disadvantaged and at-risk members of the community.
It has been created to assist young Queenslanders between the ages of 15 to 19 years, to receive nationally recognised and accredited training and certifications.
With integrated learning support and foundational skills training, we aim to help young people successfully transition into employment or further education.
Registered Training Organisation in Mitchelton
We are a registered training organisation and providing programs that support the attainment of the following qualifications:
- Certificate IV in Career Development
- Certificate IV in Employment Services
- Construction Industry White Card
- Certificate III in Community Services
Mitchelton ~ 3703 2174
87 Osborne Road
PO Box 2139, Brookside 4053
The highly-trained and experienced staff here at Worklinks are dedicated to improving lives and creating more business and personal growth opportunities for Southeastern Queensland communities, like Caboolture.
We offer a service tailored to each client’s unique individual needs. We believe that by giving everyone in our communities access to the right guidance, support, and opportunity, everyone can reach their full potential and find a rewarding and meaningful career path.
For more information about our diverse range of services and programs, contact the caring professions here at Worklinks today.