Interact Australia

Founded in 1991, Interact Australia is a values-based, not-for profit organisation championing change for people living with disability and health conditions. 

As a Disability Employment Service provider and registered service provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Interact offers individualised supports promoting social inclusion, equality and purpose. 

The team is representative of the diversity within the communities they work. Interact strives to ensure everyone in their workforce feels welcomed and supported, regardless of their cultural identity, sexual orientation, and abilities.

With over 30 years in the industry, Interact’s strong networks give them unrivalled local knowledge, as well as the resources and infrastructure to invest in their people. The business operates in New South Wales, the Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria. 

Interact is part of the IntoWork Group.

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Solution to Tasmania’s Aged Care worker shortage

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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