The Gippsland health and community services sector is one of the largest employers in Gippsland, employing more than 18,000 people. It is also the fastest growing.
In partnership with Federation University, the Latrobe Valley Authority has supported the creation of a campaign to help people understand how to pursue a career in the health and community services and encourage them to consider it as a profession.
The series of videos focus on the pathways people can take to train, upskill and reskill to work in the job types below.
Now is the time to step up to your new career and start a life changing career move.
LVA CEO Chris Buckingham said: “Whether it is studying at Fed Uni, TAFE Gippsland or a specialist training provider in the region there are many pathways and opportunities to help locals achieve their goals.”
“The Community Services Sector in Gippsland offers many rewarding career paths and these videos tell real life stories of local people who have changed their lives through education and training.”
(Left to Right) Lenice Gaunt LVA, Kelly O’Callaghan Mayor LCC, Harriet Shing Member for Eastern, Robyn Wildblood, Jo Porter Director Federation Uni, Mary-Anne Thomas Minister for Regional Development, Chris Buckingham CEO Latrobe Valley Authority, Jen Daltry DHS and from Federation University Michelle Prezioso, Lousia Remedios, Carolyn Unsworth and Valerie Prokopiv.