It has been a busy time for the SPA team presenting at several conferences & webinars including the National Employment Solutions Conference (on the Gold Coast), special guest presenters at the NDCO webinar & Ticket to Work webinars along with the HWNS Annual Human Rights Conference. In the photo above Vicky Little & Kate Halpin share their […]
Westpac Group has partnered with Specialisterne Australia to deliver its new Tailored Talent internship program. This innovative employment model helps create pathways for organisations to access neurodiverse talent. Designed to facilitate a heightened connection between Westpac’s recruitment needs and career opportunities for talented people on the autism spectrum, Westpac is already seeing the benefits. A […]
The 2nd annual Jobs Victoria Conference was held on Tuesday, October 16th at the Melbourne Park Conference Centre in Melbourne, Australia. Jobs Victoria provides tailored services to support and connect jobseekers and employers. With their network of partners throughout the state, they help Victorian jobseekers get job-ready through mentoring, training and development. At the same time, they work closely with employers […]
In October SPA commenced its first pilot program as part of the Federal Talent Hub for the ATO in Brisbane. The program was a huge success with 9 candidates offered roles within the agencies IT department. These roles were primarily related to systems & application testing. We are currently in the process of conducting the […]
Our Research and Development Manager, Rebecca Flower, recently spoke on ABC Radio about our current program in Mildura. We are working to create opportunities for employers in this regional community. Take a listen here: Rebecca Flower AIR
Have you heard Ben and Liam, participants from our recent training program, and our very own Jason White talking on ABC Radio about the benefits of recruiting an autistic workforce? Check it out here.
Last month we shared Westpac’s journey to embracing a neurodiverse workforce. You can read our article here: The neurodiverse workforce
Specialisterne is proud to announce our recent partnership with Westpac to help create a neurodiverse workforce. Through the recent Tailored Talent program, Specialisterne Australia supported Westpac in Sydney to create new pathways for many people on the autism spectrum which will fill skill gaps across their business, including Finance, IT and Risk: https://www.westpac.com.au/news/making-news/2017/12/on-the-spectrum-neurodiversity-brings-edge/