Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

If you have difficulty speaking or understanding English call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) on 131 450 for the cost of a local call. For Translation and Interpreting Service (TIS National) call 131 450. Ask TIS National to call the appropriate number on the Contact the Department webpage.

TIS National operates nationally and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for over 160 languages and dialects.

Please note, the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business’s business hours are between 8.00 am and 6.00 pm nationally, Monday to Friday.

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  • Flyer translated into Chinese which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Flyer translated into Dari which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Flyer translated into Dinka which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Flyer translated into Farsi which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Flyer translated into Khmer which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Flyer translated into Somali which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Flyer translated into Vietnamese which explains what is expected from ParentsNext consultants and what is expected from parents in ParentsNext.

  • Work for the Dole is designed to help job seekers gain the skills, experience and confidence needed to move from welfare to work as soon as possible. It provides a valuable opportunity for job seekers to demonstrate their capabilities and positive work behaviours which will stand them in good stead with potential employers while at the same...

  • Work Readiness Assessments measure a Participant’s Work Readiness.

    The Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business will use data from Work Readiness Assessments to measure the effectiveness of ParentsNext in meeting the program’s aim to improve Participants’ Work Readiness. The Department will also use the data to...

  • Under the Targeted Compliance Framework (TCF), there are consequences for Participants if they commit a Work Refusal Failure or an Unemployment Failure. A Participant commits a Work Refusal Failure when they refuse or fail to accept an offer of suitable Employment. A Participant commits an Unemployment Failure when they become unemployed either...

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