Coming Event: Ngalla Maya training 2021
How We Help
Ngalla Maya provide training, mentoring and employment opportunities for Aboriginal Ex-offenders.
NEW PROGRAM TO COME
Ngalla Maya works closely with very disadvantaged families and they have noticed that many of the children (of these families) are in need of something to take them away from the despair of everyday living, often in a crowded house, very little food, family violence, single parent families, no money for outings and inclined to resort to bad negative during school holidays.
With the long-awaited laws to reduce the practice of jailing people for unpaid fines was introduced in western Australia Ngalla Maya would like the opportunity to encourage and provide cultural learners drives license support. Often young aboriginal people in the community are living below the poverty line with little or no parental guidance. Ngalla Maya would like to provide a safe cost-free learning environment for candidates wishing to get their learners permit
We link our clients in with a whole range of training including traineeships, white cards, forklift certificates. Ngalla Maya helps Aboriginals, ex-offenders and the long-term unemployed into traineeships and apprenticeships. If you are eligible for our program during training we will also provide transport to and from our Belmont office and daily lunch.
Undertaking short-term or longer-term training leading to qualifications or education leading to qualifications will set you up for life, to improve your wellbeing and that of your family. Ngalla May is here to support you thought out your journey.
Once you have achieved your formal qualification, we will then continue with you alongside in the journey to gainful employment. We have positive relationships with many employers who also want to break the cycle of poverty for the aboriginal people and support them in their employment.
If you know of any other employers who can assist with providing employment opportunities, please contact us.
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