IntoWork Vibrant Futures Awards

The Vibrant Futures Awards is a national program recognising Year 11 students who have displayed the values of Integrity and Respect. Living in an increasingly globalised society, we believe the values of Respect and Integrity are critical for success in the business world. 

Individuals who demonstrate these values are likely to be more competitive candidates for roles with greater opportunities to excel in their career. We believe Integrity and Respect are traits of a well-rounded, successful individual who makes a positive contribution to society and their chosen industry. 

If you’re interested in registering your school for our 2024 awards, fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch.

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    In a bid to help Tasmania’s critical healthcare worker shortage, a new program in Northern Tasmania and Launceston will help upskill migrants into Aged Care. Aged Care Head Start, delivered by Work & Training (Part of the IntoWork Group) in partnership with Migrant Resource Centre North, is a 12-week program designed to directly support the […]

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    GTO celebrates three years as a Certified Social Trader

    AGA, part of the IntoWork Group, has kept its position as an innovative and effective Group Training Organisation (GTO) by achieving three years as a registered social enterprise, certified by Social Traders. Social Traders offer Australia’s only social enterprise certification and aim to create a more inclusive and equitable Australia through three key pillars: supporting […]

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    Collaborative pre-employment programs to address skills shortage in regional towns

    A pre-employment program aimed at addressing the skills shortage in the aged care sector is proving to be a success in a regional South Australian town. Like most areas of Australia, Berri was suffering from a shortage of workers, and with a lack of local on the ground training courses available, the solution wasn’t clear. […]

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