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JobTrail offers a range of services that assist both job-seekers and employers to ensure that long term sustainable change can be made for all involved. We provide advice, mentoring, training and other specialist support to ensure real job outcomes and career development are achieved.

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    Mentoring

    Our mentoring programs offer a great opportunity to develop skills, share knowledge, encourage the formation of networks and work together towards future goals. Our approach recognises that many Aboriginal people live and work between cross-cultural or multicultural lifestyles and that they may need to be assisted by culturally sensitive mentors. All our Aboriginal mentors are recognised and accepted by the local Aboriginal community.

    Cross Cultural Awareness Training

    This training will provide you with the ability to communicate effectively and with some knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait culture and society. Cross-Cultural Awareness is about challenging people’s attitudes and mindsets on the way they think and do things in a Cross-Cultural environment. It is focused on educating organisations to improve service delivery and better engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    Staff are more likely to understand the benefits of diversity if they are trained in cross-cultural awareness and appreciation. If the budget cannot stretch to training all staff, start with Indigenous program decisionmakers, people managers and supervisors and then add to induction training for new staff. Companies with cross-cultural training have better recruitment results and improved retention, so these benefits should be included in the business case to offset training costs.

    Training should be part of broader diversity awareness and should not leave staff feeling blamed, exposed or guilty. Incorporating the training into inductions, and training existing staff, is a good way to make awareness and acceptance part of company culture.

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    Consultancy Services

    JobTrail can create individualised programs to suit each employer’s specific needs relating to their involvement with Aboriginal peoples and communities. We provide consultation and strategic advice on Reconciliation Action Plans, Aboriginal employment strategies and Aboriginal programs and initiatives at your organisation. We can help you realise the commercial and community potential of Indigenous businesses, projects and policies.

    Business Owners & Supply Chains

    JobTrail will work with identified businesses and individuals over an extended period of time and we will be heavily invested in their futures. Employment Opportunities during training will be provided in the first instance with JobTrail and with JobTrail’s contract supply chain. Selected businesses that can provide an environment for training not within the scope of JobTrail or it’s supply chain will be invited to join the program.

    It is recognised that not all successful professionals will then aspire to own their own business but for those who do;

    • Further education around business management responsibilities

    • Assistance with business plans

    • Assistance in negotiation of Seed capital when appropriate and at the appropriate time

    • Provision of Advisory Board Services to the business​

    JobTrail will also work with Identified early-stage indigenous businesses to provide mentoring and expert support, we will assist witho:

    • Business Plans

    • Financial Planning and disciplines

    • Operational Control Advice

    • Mentoring

    • Structuring and selection of long term advice panel members

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    Employment

    JobTrail can assist employers from a variety of industries to find and gain access to quality job ready candidates. We can offer skilled or entry level employees on a temporary, contract or permanent basis across a range of role classifications and types.

    All of our candidates have been through our stringent recruitment process and have been interviewed and reference checked, making sure they have the correct skill set, tickets/licences and safety attitude.

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    Training

    JobTrail partners with a number of Registered Training Organisation depending on location. We can employ trainees under a formally registered training agreement and place them with our clients who act as the host employer. The trainees will gain skills and experience during practical, on-the-job training. During the placement, all support services are provided to the employee to give them the best chances of completion.

    Nationally Accredited Qualifications

    All of the training that is provi

    ded through JobTrail’s programs is done in combination with real practical work. This results in a nationally recognised qualification for the participant. We partner with Registered Training Organisations that have the required programs on scope and proven experience and resources in that area.

    One of our most successful programs is the Murri’s in the Mines program which delivered either a Certificate II or III in Surface Extraction Operations to over 50 participants.

    School Based Trainees

    School based traineeships provide a great opportunity for students to gain work experience and complete a nationally accredited qualification whilst undertaking their secondary school studies. The workplace skills and confidence they gain during their school-based traineeship provide a solid foundation for any career. Employers can make a real difference by motivating young people to work towards their future goals and giving them realistic exposure to their chosen industry or sector

    Check out our case study on School Based Trainees

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    JobTrail is committed to the following Capability Building Initiatives

    Long Term Unemployed

    Seeking candidates who have been unemployed for over 12 months. They will be given training in two stages including job ready training and on the job training and completion of nationally recognised training tailored to suit job preference.

    Women in Non-Traditional Trades

    Seeking women to undertake a trade qualification in a non-traditional role. A non-traditional trade is one where women represent less than 25% of apprentices or workers. These include horticulture, automotive, building and construction, manufacturing, boilermaking, electrical, carpentry, plumbing, engineering and more.

    Current School Students

    It is our endeavour to engage with students early so that we can work with them while still at school and help shape their future career path. We will work with our clients to provide access to their worksites. We will enable students to attend events where they can learn more about specific trades and even carry out some practical tasks with qualified people to find what interests them.

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    ​JobTrail partners with clients to help direct and coordinate human and in some cases material resources throughout the life cycle of a project by using professional management techniques to achieve predetermined objectives of scope, cost, time, quality and local participation satisfaction.

    • Specification of project objectives and plans: scope, budgeting, scheduling, setting performance requirements and selecting project participants.

    • Maximisation of efficient resource utilisation through procurement of labour, materials and equipment according to the prescribed schedule and plan

    • Implementation of various operations through proper coordination and control of planning, design, estimating, contracting and construction.

    • Development of effective communications and mechanisms for resolving conflicts among the various participants.

  • Business Owners & Supply Chains

    JobTrail will work with identified businesses and individuals over an extended period of time and we will be heavily invested in their futures. Employment Opportunities during training will be provided in the first instance with JobTrail and with JobTrail’s contract supply chain. Selected businesses that can provide an environment for training not within the scope of JobTrail or it’s supply chain will be invited to join the program.

    It is recognised that not all successful professionals will then aspire to own their own business but for those who do;

    • Further education around business management responsibilities

    • Assistance with business plans

    • Assistance in negotiation of Seed capital when appropriate and at the appropriate time

    • Provision of Advisory Board Services to the business​

    JobTrail will also work with Identified early-stage indigenous businesses to provide mentoring and expert support, we will assist with:

    • Business Plans

    • Financial Planning and disciplines

    • Operational Control Advice

    • Mentoring

    • Structuring and selection of long term advice panel members

  • Employment

    JobTrail can assist employers from any industry to find and gain access to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates. We can offer skilled or entry level employees on a temporary, contract or permanent basis across a range of role classifications and types.

    LEARN MORE

  • Training

    JobTrail partners with a number of Registered Training Organisation depending on location. We can employ trainees under a formally registered training agreement and place them with our clients who act as the host employer. The trainees will gain skills and experience during practical, on-the-job training. During the placement, all support services are provided to the employee to give them the best chances of completion.

    Nationally Accredited Qualifications

    All of the training that is provided through JobTrail’s programs is done in combination with real practical work. This results in a nationally recognised qualification for the participant. We partner with Registered Training Organisations that have the required programs on scope and proven experience and resources in that area.

    One of our most successful programs is the Murri’s in the Mines program which delivered either a Certificate II or III in Surface Extraction Operations to over 50 participants.

    School Based Trainees

    School based traineeships provide a great opportunity for students to gain work experience and complete a nationally accredited qualification whilst undertaking their secondary school studies. The workplace skills and confidence they gain during their school-based traineeship provide a solid foundation for any career. Employers can make a real difference by motivating young people to work towards their future goals and giving them realistic exposure to their chosen industry or sector

    Check out our case study on School Based Trainees

  • Mentoring

    Our mentoring programs offer a great opportunity to develop skills, share knowledge, encourage the formation of networks and work together towards future goals. Our approach recognises that many Aboriginal people live and work between cross-cultural or multicultural lifestyles and that they may need to be assisted by culturally sensitive mentors. All our Aboriginal mentors are recognised and accepted by the local Aboriginal community.

  • Consultancy Services

    JobTrail can create individualised programs to suit each employer’s specific needs relating to their involvement with Aboriginal peoples and communities. We provide consultation and strategic advice on Reconciliation Action Plans, Aboriginal employment strategies and Aboriginal programs and initiatives at your organisation. We can help you realise the commercial and community potential of Indigenous businesses, projects and policies.

  • Cross Cultural Awareness Training

    This training will provide you with the ability to communicate effectively and with some knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait culture and society. Cross-Cultural Awareness is about challenging people’s attitudes and mindsets on the way they think and do things in a Cross-Cultural environment. It is focused on educating organisations to improve service delivery and better engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    Staff are more likely to understand the benefits of diversity if they are trained in cross-cultural awareness and appreciation. If the budget cannot stretch to training all staff, start with Indigenous program decisionmakers, people managers and supervisors and then add to induction training for new staff. Companies with cross-cultural training have better recruitment results and improved retention, so these benefits should be included in the business case to offset training costs.

    Training should be part of broader diversity awareness and should not leave staff feeling blamed, exposed or guilty. Incorporating the training into inductions, and training existing staff, is a good way to make awareness and acceptance part of company culture.

    CONTACT US