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Pathways to Employment, Syrian Refugees Dressed for Work and more!

"The best thing I attained from the SkillME program is the confidence I was lacking, because every participant had the chance to express ideas or even deliver a speech to the audience. It was an important step to set up my own network with people from different cultures and industries. I appreciate all the support and help from the SkillME program!" - Mengdi, one of our SkillME clients
August has been a busy month with all our staff calculating and reporting on their hard work over the 2016-17 year. Preparing for September, we have some great new programs and workshops 

SkillME Launches into the Disability Sector


Demand is growing rapidly in the disability sector for skilled staff. SkillME is offering training designed for people who are seeking to develop skills for employment in various care and support roles for people with disability.
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免費廣東話慢性疼痛管理課程 Pain Management for Cantonese Speakers


Ongoing pain can cause anxiety, depression and other problems. The Multicultural Health Unit is working in collaboration with Metro Assist, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation and Pain Clinic RPA Hospital to run workshops in Ashfield.
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Tax Help with the ATO 


If doing your tax return scares you, get one of our friendly tax helpers from the RTO to help you. At Campsie and Ashfield til the end of September.
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Meet Nicola, an IT Professional and a newly-arrived refugee from Syria. He came to SkillME to seek advice on how to apply for jobs in Australia, and afterwards Dress For Work suited him up for his next job interview! Below are the before and after photos. Goodluck Nicola with your job search!!

Pathway to Employment


This employment workshop is designed for women from South Asian backgrounds to receive one-on-one professional assistance and advice.
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老年健康普通话讲座 - Health Education for Mandarin Speaking People


We are running sessions about Diabetes and Medicine in Ashfield as part of our Community Hubs program.
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Thank you Dymocks!


Metro Assist Community Hubs has worked with Dymocks Children's Charities to receive a donation of books to increase literacy levels in young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. We can't wait to get reading!
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