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Employment Facilitators

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Photo of Barwon Employment Facilitator Carley Brennan (shared with Tracey Jeffery)

Carley Brennan
Barwon Employment Facilitator
0400 406 032
employmentfacilitator@barwonregionlocaljobs.org.au

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Photo of Barwon Employment Facilitator Tracey Jeffery (shared with Carely Brennan)

Tracey Jeffery
Barwon Employment Facilitator
0439 073 310
employmentfacilitator@barwonregionlocaljobs.org.au

Local Jobs Plan

Barwon Local Jobs Plan

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National Priority Fund Projects

National Priority Fund ProjectOrganisationDescription
The Supply Chain Talent Pipeline programGeelong Region Local Learning and Employment Network Inc

The Supply Chain Talent Pipeline (SCTP) is addressing a talent and capability shortage in Australia's Supply Chain and Logistics industry by increasing awareness and understanding of the sector and breaking barriers to recruitment and retention.

Through working with local education, community and industry partners, SCTP is focussing on systemic structural change, shifting perceptions of the industry, and encouraging young job seekers (particularly women) to work in the sector. In the longer term, this will contribute to a pipeline of new talent for the sector.

As part of the SCTP, Deakin University is developing and delivering tailored resources and training. Wrap-around supports as well as practical and immersive experiences complement the training.

To find out more visit: Supply Chain Talent Pipeline Project – SCTP (GRLLEN).

Local Recovery Funds

A Local Recovery Fund is available in the Barwon region for projects that meet the priorities identified in the Local Jobs Plan.

Projects will be identified for funding through periodic Request for Proposals (RFP).

You can view current and past Local Recovery Fund activities by searching relevant filters on the activity table located on the Local Recovery Fund page of this website.

Please contact your local Employment Facilitator for information about the Local Recovery Fund and to discuss project proposals.