Works Program

We run training and employment programs with project and other partners so that communities and individuals benefit from our urban renewal activities.

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About the Works ProgramCurrent ProgramsSuccess storiesLatest news

About the Works Program

In 2008 we started the Works Program to make sure communities and individuals benefit from our urban renewal activities.

Current Programs

Read more about our current training and employment programs or register your interest in future programs below.

Begin your career in early education and childcare

27 June 2018 in Playford Alive, The Works Training and Employment Program

Motivated and committed people from Adelaide’s northern suburbs who are interested in a career in early education and childcare are sought for the latest Stepping Stone (SA) & Early Development Centres Pre-employment program.

Success stories

Watch the videos below and learn how our Works Programs have provided opportunities for local people to change their lives for the better.

Latest news

Begin your career in early education and childcare

27 June 2018 in Playford Alive, The Works Training and Employment Program

Motivated and committed people from Adelaide’s northern suburbs who are interested in a career in early education and childcare are sought for the latest Stepping Stone (SA) & Early Development Centres Pre-employment program.

Educare Nanny Pre-employment program

16 March 2018 in The Works Training and Employment Program, Tonsley

***Application deadline extended to 17 April 2018***

We’re seeking committed people living in and around Adelaide’s southern suburbs who wish to pursue a career as a nanny.

Works Program celebrates 10 years of success

7 March 2018 in The Works Training and Employment Program

Training and employment opportunities related to Renewal SA contracts have helped to deliver more than 1450 paid employment outcomes and 3900 training and work experience placements, through our Works Program, celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.

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