Supporting people of migrant and refugee backgrounds who are interested in working in the health sector
Health to Work is a project that supports people from refugee and migrant backgrounds who have an interest in working in the Queensland healthcare system. Successful applicants will be invited to attend health literacy workshops and health systems orientation in the Ipswich and Logan area. The outcome will be to increase competency in navigating health systems, sexual and reproductive health, and working in clinical environments, to increase employability.
The training is designed in response to needs identified by interpreters and translators in the region, and is supported by a grant from the Scanlon Foundation.
Are you from a migrant or refugee background?
Do you live, study or work in the Ipswich or Logan areas?
Do you have an interest in working in the health care system in Queensland?
Are you available in September or October 2018 for 1 full day workshop or 2 half day workshops?
What is the benefit?
- Gain skills in reproductive and sexual health literacy and community advocacy
- Visit local health and hospital services
- Gain practical advice on careers in health
- Get a certificate that you can use in job applications
- Practice your networking skills in a supportive environment
Free Training for successful applicants – Health Systems and Employment
Apply using the form below by 5pm on Sunday 19 August 2018.
Successful applicants will be notified by email by the 31st of August 2018.
For more information email Culturallyresponsive@true.org.au or phone (07) 3250 0250.