If you're an Employment Services Provider, use these resources to apply for programs and to understand their requirements.
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Becoming an accredited provider or Third Party Employment and Skills (TPES) system
The Digital Partnership Office accredits the department's service providers and TPES systems under the External Systems Accreditation Framework (ESAF) and the Right Fit for Risk (RFFR) approach.
Here you'll find:
- Information about RFFR and the security accreditation program
- Currently accredited TPES systems and TPES undergoing accreditation
- Accreditation resources and templates
Workforce Australia delivers:
- a modern and sophisticated service, where job ready job seekers can self-manage
- an increased investment in tailored services for individuals most in need.
Opportunities available through the Local Jobs Program
The Local Jobs Program operates in 51 employment regions across Australia.
- delivers tailored solutions to reskilling, upskilling and employment
- brings together key stakeholders, including employment service providers, to work collaboratively on local initiatives
- eligible individuals can participate in funded activities
Insurance arrangements for activities
If you undertake approved Employment Services activities, for both job seekers and hosts, you may be covered by insurance arrangements.
- Understand coverage and policies
- Learn how to submit a claim
- Find insurance guides and contact details
Digital Identity myGovID for Employment Services Providers
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) requires all employment services provider staff who access ESS Web to have a Digital Identity (myGovID) authentication.
Note: all employment services provider staff who need access to ESSWeb must have their own Digital Identity (currently a myGovID).
Here you’ll find:
- Further information on Digital Identity and what it means for DESE-contracted employment services providers.
- How to get a Digital Identity
- Connecting your Digital Identity to your eSam