Employment Programs

MRC delivers employment and skills training and development to assist people to secure sustainable employment outcomes.

MRC delivers work readiness programs and support to assist migrant jobseekers in securing sustainable employment outcomes. Many jobseekers have found secure employment after completing one of MRC’s employment programs.

The programs have intakes up to four times per year and to be considered for a place in a course you must register and attend a pre course interview.  Numbers for each course are limited.  Level 1 or 2 English is always an advantage to being considered for a place, particularly when accredited courses are being provided and assessed.

Most of the work readiness programs are of 13 week duration.  During that time participants have the opportunity to engage in a mix of classroom and industry-based learning.

Employment Programs on offer

HOST (Hospitality Options with Supported Training)

HOST is funded by Skills Tasmania Training and Work Pathway Program 2020 and aims to provide CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) clients the opportunity to learn and practice skills required to work in the Hospitality Sector. The final intake for this program will provide successful participants with the opportunity to complete a qualification in Certificate II in Cleaning. The program will run 2 days per week for 21 weeks and include 40 hours of work placement in the cleaning industry, job readiness training and 11 accredited units.

ASSET – Assist/Support/Strength/Employment/Train

Funded by Skills Tasmania Training and Work Pathway Program 2020 the ASSET program offers CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) clients the opportunity to prepare for work in the Aged Care Services area. Upon completion of the program students will have the opportunity to apply for jobs with our partner Masonic Care Tasmania in areas of Catering, Cleaning and Laundry. Training will occur 1 day per week for 15 weeks and include both job readiness training and accredited units relevant to the sector. A minimum of Level II Spoken and Written English is required for this program.

CARE – Creating Access to Real Employment

The CARE program combines both accredited and non accredited units of training to assist CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) clients prepare for work in the Disability Services Sector. The program requires students to attend class 2 days per week for 15 weeks and to undertake 40 hours of work placement. To be considered for this program it is essential that you have a current Drivers Licence and a minimum of Level III in Spoken and Written English.

The CARE program is funded by Skills Tasmania Training and Work Pathways Program 2020

Find out more

If you are considering registering an interest in any of these programs, please contact us.

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