CEDAR Centre is offering 10 Traineeship placements in Certificate I in Business, providing 20 weeks full time employment.
The objective of The Diversity Project is to allow trainees to build administrative skills and engage with community through participating in social, cultural and education activities. The trainees will be working in a fully functional administration office undertaking the full range of administrative tasks. They will be involved in planning, setting up, wrapping up and evaluation duties.
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Traineeship Employment period-
Full-time employment program for 20 weeks.
*eligibility criteria applies
Interviews to commence early.
About the Project
The Diversity Project was born from a genuine interest in achieving social change in Toowoomba through expanding employment opportunities. The project focuses on creating pathways into long-term employment, supporting socially cohesive events and business / social enterprise opportunities.
This Skilling Queenslanders for Work project is proudly funded by the Queensland Government.
The Diversity Project Trainees will undertake administrative activities to support new initiatives of Toowoomba International and Multicultural Society (TIMS) including expos, events, cultural workshops, documentaries and story-telling dinners.
Aim / Goal of Activities