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Congrats to our recent graduates of the Hospitably Inclusive Project! 😃Students have completed their nationally accredited training and learned a new range of skills to better their careers in the hospitality industry. They have enjoyed learning how to blow torch meringue, fry fish and chips, braise chicken and make coffees with Sam from Milk Chef. 🍽️milkchef.au/ If you or someone you know would like to join in our last cohort for the project on May 1st please email Sophie or Amelia with your resume and cover letter explaining why you'd be a good pick for the project. ( / )sprout.edu.au/training/hospitably-inclusive-project/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Beyond in Port Pirie has recently celebrated Harmony week together 🧡🖤The participants wore orange and together they made some badges and wrist bands to wear.They also watched a video and spoke about what the meaning of Harmony week is, discussing how they can be inclusive with one another because everyone belongs. 😃(Image shows: Group of people wear orange and black shirts smiling for the photo) ... See MoreSee Less
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Beyond, Making it Happen story 😃Meet Kaitlyn 👋When Kaitlyn started with Beyond she was extremely shy and lacked confidence and didn't have any direction regarding her employment.Through discussion at a meet and greet, it was decided that Kaitlyn would join the Work Discovery, Work Fit and ILS groups at Salisbury. It was also noted Kaitlyn would require travel training to increase her independence using public transport.Through Work Discovery activities Kaitlyn expressed an interest in childcare as she regularly babysat her cousin. During supports Kaitlyn was drawn into group discussions, reluctantly to begin with, but as she became more familiar with her environment, peers and facilitators, Kaitlyn contributed valuable ideas and opinions.Her travel training was also successful as she gained confidence to get herself to Beyond Salisbury as well as to shopping centres.In August 2022, Kaitlyn commenced volunteering at Lutheran Care Family Zone Creche Ingle Farm (which she continues with to this date), then in January 2023 Kaitlyn did work experience at Quench Café, Modbury. CBS Inc. has received positive feedback from both placements’ supervisors.In January 2024, Kaitlyn commenced studying Cert III in Early Childhood Education and Care through Australian Childhood Education and Care. Facilitators supported Kaitlyn through the application process.To coincide with her studies, Kaitlyn changed from group supports to 1:1 Mentoring during which facilitators provide Kaitlyn with assistance to stay on task, read resources and meet time frames for assignments. Kaitlyn was required to source a placement for her studies to complete 160 hours. Through support with research during her mentoring sessions, Kaitlyn secured a placement at Blue Skies Childcare Centre, Modbury North.Find out more on our CBS Inc. Beyond. Making it Happen program through our site: communitybridgingservices.org.au/beyond/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Here's a good story for your Monday morning! 🧡💙The CBS Inc. Whyalla Jobnet and Beyond team collaborated in raising money for The Worlds Greatest Shave. Simone the Coordinator at Jobnet was involved in this fund raiser for Leukaemia, as you can see her in the middle of the photo. The Beyond Program participants also prepared the catering for the day. Everyone commented on how fresh and tasty the food was. 🍉Together they raised $500!! 😃 (image 1: Shows group of people smiling for the photo)(image 2: Shows a long table with various plates of food) ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Thursday morning! 🧡Check out Matthew who has been working at Eyre Peninsula Produce for 10 months. The dirt doesn’t bother him! He thoroughly enjoys working here, being outside, working hard in the garden and engaging with Justin and his family. 🌱(Image: Shows male wearing high vis uniform, a hat and work boots working in the garden.) ... See MoreSee Less
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