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Mas Transition delivers workforce participation, employment and transition services to individuals looking for a career change, unemployed young people and retrenched workers. This Service Stream encompasses a range of support services which are designed to engage, support and empower individuals to find the right path to further education, training and employment.
Mas Transition’s Fit 4 Work (Supporting First Nations People) program is designed to improve your health while preparing you for employment. The program is FREE to join and will engage unemployed, non-active First Nations, with the aim being to get participants “Fit for Work”.
Teamwork, Respect, Attitude, Independence, Leadership and Skills (TRAILS) is designed to change the direction of at-risk 16–24-year-olds across Adelaide. In collaboration with our Mas Facilitators, Lighthouse Youth Projects team of former and currentpro BMX bike riders and youth mentors will take participants on a journey of personal change, to develop the skills they need to enter the workplace.
Supporting Migrant Women into Employment is designed to provide migrant women across Western Sydney with access to crucial career advice and pre-employment supports to help them develop confidence, independence & employability skills.
Let us help you realise your true potential – that was our motto at Fit 4 Work. Mas Transition’s Fit 4 Work program improved the health of unemployed young adults and helped them to get “Fit 4 Work”. With the support of our specialist facilitators and careers team, participants were able to realise their true potential.
We are currently a NEW Fit 4 Work program, designed to engage unemployed, non-active First Nations People.
Resilience through Inspiration & Determination leading to Employment (RIDE), delivered a fresh new approach to guiding at-risk unemployed youth into further training or employment success through a combination of the delivery of 30 workshops.
Mas Transition’s Transition Support For Retrenched Auto Workers program assisted former automotive workers in North and West Adelaide with making a career transition after retrenchment.
Our South East Apprenticeships Tasmania (SEAT) program was established to provide pre-employment training, career support, employment brokerage services, transportation and mentoring to groups of job seekers. AT sought to address the shortage of work-ready candidates in South Eastern Tasmania, particularly in the construction industry.