In Queensland, Reclink Australia Caboolture delivers Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) projects funded by the Queensland State Government. Our SQW programs provide opportunities for diverse groups of people who have experienced significant personal or educational disadvantage to gain a nationally-recognised qualification and relevant work experience via a paid 6-month traineeship. Over the years, our SQW programs have helped many people on their pathway to secure employment. On several occasions, our programs have been recognised at the Queensland Training Awards as leaders in the Community Training space.
This Skilling Queenslanders for Work project is proudly funded by the Queensland Government.
 In this Traineeship program, Reclink Australia partners with Australian Skills Group (ASG) RTO: 32519 to help you simultaneously study and gain real work experience in the Construction industry. This program is centered around giving disadvantaged job seekers a chance to gain an accredited qualification with invaluable work experience skills, broadening long-term employment prospects for participants.
This traineeship is fulltime (38hrs week 7am - 3pm for a 20 week period)

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There are strict criteria that you must meet to be able to enter into this funded program. 
Min. 15 years old and no longer enrolled at school
Australian/NZ citizen, QLD resident (or on a pathway to permanent residency)
Job seekers ineligible for Govt. services such as Job Active OR who have accessed services for 6 months and remain unemployed or under-employed
Not participated in a previous SQW program
Ability to work outdoors and get to/from work
Mon-Fri is essential for early start times

Priority Groups
· Women returning to the workforce
· People from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
· Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
· Mature aged job seekers aged 45 years and over
· Young people (15 -24 years)
· Job seekers facing barriers to work
The Reclink Caboolture Construction Traineeship program currently involves work experience at the Caboolture Historical Village ​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​Our programs are designed to give disadvantaged participants experience and qualifications in their field of study while contributing to community-based projects to help secure them long-term employment. Another aspect of the program is focused on helping participants gain essential life skills by connecting, empowering, and engaging individuals with information and community resources that will help support and build their individual and professional development

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