MEGT's Empowering Career Options program was featured in the Adelaide Advertiser newspaper, following the program’s launch in South Australia. The program helps survivors of domestic violence undertake a Certificate III in Business Administration over the course of 14 weeks, with no out of pocket expenses, and with support from DV health professionals.
The South Australian Minister for Innovation and Skills, David Pisoni MP, helped launch the program, which is funded by the South Australian government under the Skilling Australians Fund. It follows the successful implementation of a similar initiative in Queensland, in which 26 of the 29 participants have gained ongoing employment.
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