A very personal thank you

Directions’ Career Centre client Shereen McGuire put her new computing skills to heart-warming use recently when she created a certificate of thanks for the Directions team for their assistance. Shereen attended the Career Based Computer Basics Workshop in January which covers active job seeking and employers expectations regarding computer literacy, the basics of using computers,… more

Ongoing help supports career journey

Dean Umu had been a relief teacher throughout the Wheatbelt region but was keen to secure full-time employment in the profession his passion for continues to grow. He first visited Directions’ Career Centre back in 2016 where he received assistance building a professional resume tailored to achieve that goal. Dean was able to secure a… more

Make your Take 5 count

Everyone agrees that safety in the workplace is important. It helps ensure our safety and the safety of those around us. Yet everyday shortcuts are taken to get jobs done faster or we become ‘comfortable’ or complacent and go on autopilot. When that happens the critical task of checking for potential safety hazards becomes compromised… more

Reconciliation Week in Northam

This year’s Reconciliation Week was celebrated in Northam with a coming together of the community for a morning tea event. Hosted by the Shire of Northam with generous support from several local businesses and volunteers, Directions was proud to be instrumental in the event which commenced with a moving Welcome to Country from local Ballardong… more

End of Financial Year Perks

The end of financial year is almost here and if you believe the advertisers, everything is bigger and cheaper at this time of year. For many WA businesses, it is also a very busy time, with the focus on tax and accounting. But there are some perks to this time of year which sole traders… more