Supporting local Indigenous individuals and businesses
Here at Skill Hire we have a long history of supporting Aboriginal people through education and employment. Through a number of diversified business streams across three states of Australia, we are committed to raising the bar within Skill Hire in contributing to Indigenous reconciliation.
At Skill Hire, we believe in integrating Aboriginal participation into our mainstream businesses to drive positive long-term relationships between Aboriginal and Non Aboriginal people. Our delivery of employment and education services create opportunities for Aboriginal people to become involved in life changing experiences.
We have continued to foster participation rates in excess of Federal and State Government benchmarks with, at times, up to 12% of our labour force being of Aboriginal descent. Our aims are simple, we want to embed cultural change and contribute to closing the unacceptable gap in life expectancy, education and economic opportunities that is experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
If you’d like to talk with our team about creating indigenous opportunities within your business, contact us below.
Fulfilling our Commitment
2018 - Ongoing
Skill Hire signs into joint venture with Aboriginal Business, Impact Services
2016 - Ongoing
Skill Hire provides Apprentices and recruitment solutions for a number of major construction companies in Western Australia.
2016 - 2018, APY Lands
Skill Hire participates in Remote School Attendance (RSA) project in the APY Lands.
2016 - 2018, APY Lands
Skill Hire engages in Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP)
2015 - Ongoing, Western Australia
Skill Hire works with Wirrpanda Foundation to deliver Vocational Training and Educational Centre (VTEC)
2000 - Ongoing, Western Australia
Aboriginal School Based Traineeship program piloted in Great Southern, WA. Up to 20 local Aboriginal high school aprticipants enrolled per year. Pilot program developed into another ASBT program of which Skill Hire currently participates in.
1997, Albany WA
Skill Hire works to undertake a foreshore redevelopment project with Southern Aboriginal Corporation joint venture.
1996, Ellen Cove Board Walk, WA
Indigenous Employment Program
1988 - 1995, Western Australia
Skill Hire undertakes a number of Indigenous Employment Programs in Albany, Kalgoorlie, Merredin, Gnowragerup, Katanning, Corrigin, Narrogin and Collie.
1988, Mt Barker Western Australia
Skill Hire undertakes an Indigenous Employment Program
1998, Western Australia
Recruitment commences for Fletcher International Abattoir, Narrikup WA where a 7% Aboriginal Employment Rate is achieved. Project nominated by the Commonwealth Government for the Prime Ministers award for Aboriginal Employment, 2000.
1987, Albany WA
Skill Hire engages in Ellen Cove Employment Program
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