This Resource Kit has been developed by the O’Sullivan Centre in partnership with Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service and with the support of St Luke’s Anglicare.
It arises from the belief that community service organisations have a role in supporting clients to achieve vocational outcomes (i.e. education, training, paid and unpaid work); and belief in the importance of economic participation
and work in establishing the identity, wellbeing and social inclusion of the individual.
The Resource Kit aims to support community service organisations who wish to build practical responses to unemployment among clients and to increase vocational outcomes, thereby contributing to the creation of a more holistic service culture.
It will enable and empower workers to investigate the broader needs of their clients, and to incorporate these needs in service planning and delivery.
You can download the Kit here.