Transition to Work provides up to 12 months intensive pre-employment support for young people at risk of long-term unemployment. A voluntary, demand-driven service and an integral component of the Youth Employment Strategy, Transition to Work focuses on practical support and work experience to build the skills, confidence and work readiness of early school leavers and young people who have experienced difficulty transitioning from education to employment.
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The Transition to Work service was evaluated in two parts, including an interim and final reporting phase.
Final evaluation report
The final report provides an in-depth assessment of the overall performance of Transition to Work from mid-2016 to early-2018. A summary of key findings is also provided.
The evaluation of Transition to Work reported against five key indicators: effectiveness, efficiency, quality, equity and appropriateness.
- Transition to Work Final Evaluation Report
- Transition to Work Final Evaluation Summary of key findings
Interim evaluation report
The interim evaluation of Transition to Work examined the design and implementation of the service and followed the progress of participants who commenced in the program by 31 August 2016.
A summary of the key findings of the interim evaluation report is also available, along with the Departmental Response to the report.
Further detail on the aims and scope of the evaluation of Transition to Work can be found in the Transition to Work Evaluation Strategy.