On 26 March 2022, the Hon Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business announced the 42 successful projects to receive funding through Round Three of the National Careers Institute’s (NCI) Partnership Grants program. The successful projects represent a total value of $10 million.
Grants have been awarded to deliver projects that create greater awareness of career pathways and career information for women with a focus on women returning to work from a career break, women in non-traditional industries and occupations, or industries where women are under-represented.
The successful organisations are:
- Adelaide Crows Foundation Limited
- Aged & Community Services Australia
- Agrifood Industry Training Advisory Body Ltd
- Alstonville High School
- Australasian College of Road Safety Incorporated
- Australian Cricket Players Ltd
- Automotive, Food, Metals, Engineering, Printing & Kindred Industries Union
- Baringa Child Care Centre Incorporated
- Business in Schools Incorporated
- Business Services Network Pty Ltd
- Carers NSW Limited
- Central Queensland University
- Chisholm Institute
- City of Salisbury
- Cowboys Charity Limited
- Curtin University
- Deakin University
- Future Women Pty Ltd
- Gippsland Group Training Limited
- Gordon Institute of TAFE
- Green Fox Training Studio Limited
- Heaton Communications Pty Ltd
- Highlands Local Learning & Employment Network Inc.
- La Trobe University
- Macquarie Community College
- MAS National Limited
- Motor Trades Association of Qld industrial Organisation of Employers
- NEP Australia Pty Ltd
- PSK Environmental Pty Ltd
- Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (two projects)
- Rural Woman Co-Operative Limited
- Skills Strategies International Pty Ltd
- Strategic Career Management Pty Ltd (two projects)
- The Intime Collective Pty Ltd
- University of Newcastle
- University of South Australia
- University of Southern Queensland
- University of Technology Sydney
- Women in Technology WA Inc.
- Work & Training Limited
You can read the Minister’s media release for more details on the successful projects.
About the Partnership Grants Program
Round Three of the program offered grants from $20,000 to $350,000 for up to 12 months for applicants to deliver innovative career development services for people at all stages of their careers.