The Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers Program, funded by the Federal Government and delivered by BUSY At Work in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory, assists older workers to plan their career, by providing individual advice and guidance on transitioning to new career opportunities. This can include identifying education or training opportunities that can be partly funded by the Federal Government’s Skills and Training incentives.
BUSY At Work is a not for profit organisation providing apprenticeship, employment and community programs. With over 300 staff and 40 years of experience, BUSY At Work have also established various programs across the nation with over 45 offices throughout Australia. Their reputation as specialists in apprenticeship services and key service areas deliver a cooperative approach to apprentice, employee and community needs. Their commitment to positive social change and providing support to local communities is at the heart of all they do.