Back to Work Jobseeker Assistance – Suppliers Expression of Interest
The Back to Work team is providing a unique opportunity for jobseekers to access additional fully funded short courses and support services for eligible applicants.
Back to Work is seeking expressions of interest from eligible training providers who offer short courses across a range of study areas to become preferred vendors for the Back to Work program.
- Accredited short courses
- Non accredited short courses
- Driving lessons and test preparation
To take advantage of this opportunity, eligible training providers will need to complete the online form to express your interest. Please provide training and pricing within the online form, if you require space for additional information, please include this in the comments section at the bottom of the form.
When entering in contact details, please try to include generic email addresses, rather than personal email accounts. This ensures we can always reach you when needed. Once you have completed this form, our team will contact you to finalise the vendor process.
When a jobseeker is connected with training that you offer, we will send you an approval email, which will allow the jobseeker to undertake training with your organisation. Upon completion of this training, you will invoice the Back to Work team for payment.
Please complete the EOI form below, or for more information email BTW.Regionalqld@tafeqld.edu.au.
Back to Work
Back to Work teams are based throughout Queensland to support both employers and jobseekers locally. These teams work in collaboration with employers, service providers and community representatives to assist in building regional employment solutions that meet both current and emerging local needs.
Enterprise Skills For Youth Project
The Back to Work Youth team is providing a unique opportunity for youth aged between 15 and 24 years to access additional funds for short courses and support services for eligible youth applicants.