Does getting funding make it worth giving someone a go?
In this workshop, you learn how to identify you own talents. Find out the skills needed by others to collaborate with you and keep you doing what you love
“back to work” funding
If you are in South East Queensland, the Government is willing to PAY EMPLOYERS up to $6000 after 4 weeks to put on an assistant as part of their “back to work” funding.
Does that funding sound like it’s worth giving someone a go?
We can train you on time saving ways to use the latest technology, and streamline business systems, and they can be working towards a formal qualification.
So the question is, what are business owners going to do with extra time, and what else can an assistant do?
In this workshop, you learn how to identify you own talents. Find out the skills needed by others to collaborate with you and keep you doing what you love, including:
- professional development planning to get a career you love
- information from Job ads, resume/sales and copywriting skill
- Identifying skills needed by a target market, selling your skills
- Support services available to improve skills
- Networking skills, plus pitching to business ideas to investors
- Skills recognition for the 31 “Core Skills for Work”, and qualifications suited for further study
We can assess if a business needs help at team member, supervisor, or management level, to give a business the best chance to find ways to grow their sales.
Sound too good to be true? We can explain it to you. Click here to book in for a quick chat.
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