Cable Beach Club’s seasonal worker development program

21 Jun 2022

Cable Beach Club are proud to share our seasonal worker development program that is tailored to help our staff adapt to life in Australia.

Recently highlighted in a feature article on The Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM), our program helps fund opportunities for workers to develop life skills, as well as technical knowledge and training related to their jobs and on-going employability.

We teamed up with North Regional TAFE in Western Australia to tailor a course to assist our workers, including attending workshops for 4 hours each week over an 8 week period, where the participants covered diverse topics such as workplace language skills, health and wellbeing, COVID-19 and Australian culture and history.

Seasonal worker Tui Leawere, from Fiji, said he enjoyed learning about life in Australia, as well as getting the chance to improve his English.

“This course has helped me further develop my English language skills and enabled me to access a range of community options for further education and employment, as well as giving me an understanding of the culture, the people and the histories of Australia,” he said.

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Cable Beach Club’s seasonal worker development program

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