Worker Transition Service
The Worker Transition Service connects workers and their families to the right services – to give them the skills, training, information and personal support they need to take up new employment opportunities, start their own business, move into retirement or adjust to a significant change in life circumstances.
Who can use the Worker Transition Service?
All employees of Hazelwood, including contractors, supply chain employees and their family members.
What will the Worker Transition service do for you?
We can meet with you, your partner and other family members to assess your employment, training, financial and personal needs and then refer you to services that can support you. We can:
- assist you to identify employment and training services. We are working with key service providers such as Skills and Job Centres who can help you to determine your training needs; and advise how to access training to suit your employment and career aspirations. These services can assist you with resume preparation; interview preparation and career advice.
- ensure that you are provided with the financial advice you need.
- make sure that you or your family members are provided with personal support if you need it. This may include mental health support or support provided through local health and community services.
- provide you with small business advice and assistance if you are considering starting a new business.
We are here to assist you in the long-term
Our role is to stick with you and assist you to navigate the service system. Some of you will be happy to engage directly with services, while others may want information about what services are available to you and how to access them. We can work alongside you and find out information on your behalf and check in with you to see that you are getting the support you need.
If you would like to talk to someone about your options, please call us on 1800 136 762, or drop into the Latrobe Valley Authority offices at 131 Princes Drive, Morwell. Opening hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
If you require urgent crisis support, please phone Lifeline on 13 11 14.
Last updated: December 8, 2016