Programs

Get Set for Work (GSfW)

GSfW is an initiative of the Qld Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work program that delivers intensive employment and training assistance to 15 to 19 year olds to help them transition to the workforce; undertake further education and training; or return to school, back into work or training.

Participants will complete:

  • Certificate II in Workplace Skills

  • Structured work readiness program

  • Employability and life skills

  • Assistance to gain employment

  • Literacy and numeracy (as required)

  • Work experience

 

Locations:

  • Goondiwindi

  • St George

Steady, Ready, Go! (SRG!)

SRG! is a Qld Government initiative that provides eligible participants with free access to accredited and non accredited training to assist them into jobs or into more sustainable employment.  The program assists people to build foundation skills and gain qualifications required for them to improve their employment and training prospects.

Currently SRG! provides:

  • Provide support to complete accredited training

  • Structured work readiness program

  • Employability and life skills

  • Assistance to gain employment

  • Literacy and numeracy support

  • Accredited Training in 

    • Certificate III in Community Services

    • Certificate III in Business 

Locations:

  • Goondiwindi

  • St George

  • Stanthorpe

  • Warwick

Ready  for Work (RfW)

RfW is an initiative of the Qld Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work project and is a short intensive program that upskills young people over 15 years to be job-ready and connect them to local employment.

Ready for Work offers:

  • Goal setting and personality profiling

  • Job search skills 

  • Resume preparation and writing

  • Work readiness skills

  • Interview skills

  • Assistance to gain workplace documentation

  • Industry visits and work experience (optional)

Locations:

  • Goondiwindi

  • St George

  • Warwick

  • Stanthorpe

 

 

Border Rivers Education, Training and Community Group (BRET.COM)

 

GTT facilitates the Border Rivers Education, Training and Community Reference Group (BRET.COM) which meets quarterly at GTT.  The group comprises of representatives from Goondiwindi, Boggabilla and Toomelah schools, training organisations, the Chamber of Commerce and the Goondiwindi Regional Council.  The overall aim of BRET.COM is to build the capacity of the community through strengthening the provision of quality education and training opportunities across the Border Rivers region. 

 

 

 

 

 

Think The Drink (TTD)

In conjunction with the Goondiwindi Liquor Accord, GTT facilitates the award winning Think the Drink program which raises the awareness of responsible use of alcohol for Year 12 students.