Kapooka Spouse Ready to Work Scheme
The Kapooka Spouse Ready-for-Work Scheme is a program to enhance the employment prospects for spouses of members of the 1st Recruit Training Battalion who have moved into the Wagga Wagga area. The scheme is in recognition of the difficulty for spouses to obtain employment as a result of their partner’s extreme work hours and the restricted employment market. The scheme consists of a scholarship for three specific Certificate III level courses. The courses are undertaken with the Riverina Community College. The Scheme is administered by Headquarters, Army Recruit Training Centre and funding from the Kapooka Military Area Charity Committee and the Protestant Chapel.
A detailed overview of the Kapooka Spouse Ready to Work Scheme can be found here.
An application form can be found here.
Eligibility is restricted to spouses of members of the 1st Recruit Training Battalion. You must meet the eligibility requirements of the Riverina Community College for each course, which includes a police check and working with children check.
There are three courses that may be studied through Riverina Community College under the scheme, including either:
- Certificate III Aged Care;
- Certificate III Disability; or
- Certificate III Hospitality.
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