Burmese Information Session on Training & Employment in the Healthcare Sector


"The key occupation driving growth in Community Services is Aged and Disability Support, which makes up 33 per cent of the new job ads..." (Department of Jobs and Small Business, 2018)

New Futures Training has over the past 15 plus years, established trusting, sustainable and mutually beneficial relationships with a number of employers in the Healthcare Sector.

In just the past 18 months we have placed over 350 of our students into employment in a number of different roles ranging from Personal Care Assistants (PCA), Disability Support Workers, Aged Care workers, Nursing Assistants, Home Care Assistant, In-home Respite Workers and the list continues. 

The demand for New Futures Training graduates exceeds the number of students currently enrolled! 

New Futures Training will be hosting a series of community information sessions, on training and employment in the care sector.

Employment Opportunities: Information Session at Werribee

The first round of information sessions will be held at Werribee with the Burmese community, but not limited to them, everybody is welcome!

Burmese & Karen translators will be present during the sessions


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// Information session objectives //
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will have:
An increased understanding of the nature and range of jobs available in the healthcare sector
An understanding of how the NDIS affects diverse communities and the opportunities it brings
An understanding of the training and education required to fulfil jobs in the health sector
An understanding of the training and employment support provided by New Futures Training (VICSEG)

// Workshop facilitator //
Jane Murphy is a trainer and assessor at New Futures Training.
She has over 20 years of experience working as a registered nurse including 8 years working in aged care and 7 years managing nursing homes. Jane has personal experience with disability and is up to date with the rollout of the NDIS. 

Waan Tardif and Lulu DeRose, Burmese community leaders will assist as interpreters.

// Who should attend? //
This workshop is designed for anyone interested in working in the health services sector or for people looking to gain more information on the opportunities available in the sector.

// Contact //
(03) 9383 2533 / [email protected]

// Venue //
New Futures Training Campus at Werribee
3-4 / 67 Watton Street, Werribee 3030

// Time //
First session: 2 pm - 3 pm

Second session : 5 pm - 6 pm

Enrollments from: 1 pm - 5 pm 

Australian Jobs 2018 Report snapshot

(Department of Jobs and Small Business, 2018)