Mental Health Employment and Education
Members can be supported to access employment, training and education pathways through a variety of different opportunities.
Discovering Life Through Employment
Discovering Life Through Employment (DLTE) is a Toowoomba Clubhouse program where participants complete a qualification in a variety of different vocations. Participants are supported by the Project Coordinator and the training organisation to undertake the training and complete assessments. Participants are also supported to find employment as part of the program.
Qualifications on Offer
Certificate III Hospitality (Front of House SIT30616), Training through CEDAR Centre
Work Experience at Toowoomba Clubhouse Kitchen/Cafe
Training through CEDAR Centre one day a week
Support from Toowoomba Clubhouse for mental health & study support when needed
Support to gain to paid employment
This training is proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government through its Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative
This program is open to any Tooowoomba Clubhouse Member that is interested in gaining employment. If you or someone you know is interested in signing up as a member or are wanting information membership call 07 4632 4688 or use the online contact us form by clicking the button below!
Participants in the Discovering Life Through Employment Program who study Certificate III in Hospitality are able to complete their work experience shifts at Toowoomba Clubhouse - assisting other members in the kitchen at lunch as well as participating in the coffee making, table service and cooking of many dinner and breakfast events that happen at Clubhouse.
(TUESDAYS 10:00AM - 12:00PM)
Toowoomba Clubhouse's Job Club is a 6 week program that aims to build skills, increase work stamina and enhance confidence to help members demonstrate they are ready for regular volunteering and/or employment opportunities.
The course is an informative and interactive program available to any member who has the desire to enhance or improve their employment skills. Whilst you may not be ‘job ready’ right away, Job Club can help in developing the confidence and competence for when you do feel ready to enter or re-enter the work force.
Job Club focuses on six course important areas for employment:
Week One – Identifying strengths and goals. Identify why it is important to understand and acknowledge personal strengths and establish realistic goals.
Week Two – Understanding employment skills and appropriate workplace behaviour. Learn the difference between hard, soft, adaptive and transferable skills.
Week Three – Mental Health coping strategies in the workplace. Identifying triggers to workplace stressors, how to best manage stress and ideas to implement self-care strategies.
Week Four – Interview Technique Preparation. Tips on appropriate dress for an interview, interview DO’s, interview DONT’s and information on what our body language says.
Week Five - Resume and Cover Letter Writing. Tips and suggestions on Resume and Cover Letter writing and preparation of your participant's own documents, so you can be job application ready
Week Six - Refresher summary of all Job Club topics and a Tour of Transitional Employer Vanguard Laundry.
To find out more about, or to book in for Job Club phone Clubhouse on 07) 4632 4688 and speak to our Education and Employment Officer Rhea.
More Information - Education & Employment
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“I’ve always been a pretty competent person. However I lost my confidence after being out of work for a couple of years.
Job Club has been really great in helping me build up my confidence in work skills again.”
Paul F, Clubhouse member and Job Club graduate.