If you’re aged 40 or over, employed and at risk of unemployment or recently unemployed (less than 12 months) and not receiving Australian Government employment assistance, we can help.
Finding the right employment and training options in the later part of your working life is what the Skills Checkpoint program is about.
Skills Checkpoint allows eligible mature-aged individuals to access personalised support programs including one-on-one support with a career advisor.
Whether you require support and skills to remain in your current role, transition to a new role or transition to a new career path, Skills Checkpoint can help.
The Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers Program and the Skills and Training Incentive are funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.
A range of services are available to eligible individuals, including:
Tailored career assessment
A targeted review of your individual circumstances and needs, which may include various tests for foundational skills, psychometric testing, and may also include occupational aptitude testing. This includes COGNISESS Career Assessment tool. Cognisess also provides a free resume builder.
through a face-to-face or over the phone review of your career assessment and plan with one of our consultants, helping you understand your training options, the funding models available through our program, and local labour market trends.
Individual career plans
aligned specifically to your needs, covering training for the skills that will help you in your current career or in transitioning roles/industries.
Skills and Training Incentive
The Skills and Training Incentive provides up to $2,200 (GST inclusive) to jointly fund training to help individuals build skills to remain in the workforce longer.
to discuss your specific requirements, please contact us below and one of our friendly team members will be in touch.