New opportunities for Autism Positive People
DXC Technology are a world leader in providing supported career development for Autism Positive candidates wanting to enter the IT industry. They are recruiting for their next Dandelion Program which is offering 10 Traineeships in Software Testing with the Department of Human Services.
The successful candidates will receive more then just paid traineeship. The Dandelion Program supports you in the role and that includes skills development in independent living and executive functioning to enable you to become completely self-determined.
Don’t delay if you are interested then download the Application PDF here.
Applications close Wednesday September 26, 2018
The Eligibility Criteria:
• Be aged 18 years or over
• Provide evidence of a positive diagnosis of Autism from a medical professional
• You must be an Australian citizen
• Satisfy the requirements of DHS’ employee security screening checks
• Be able to attend the one-day workshop and all of the 3-week paid assessment
program (see PDF for details)
There are 10 by 3 year, Brisbane based, traineeships available.
Contact us if you would like more information or help completing your application.
Find Out more about DXC Technology and the Dandelion Program here:
Your Westfield Chermside Local Heroes – Making the world a better place.
Kwest4Learning sends out a heartfelt congratulations to the 3 Westfield Chermside Local Hero Award Winners. Find out more at the Westfield Chermside Local Heroes page. We are grateful to Athol, Julie and Ken for all the work they do to make the world a better place.
We want to thank all the Kwest4Learning friends and families who worked so hard to support Simon’s nomination. Thank you especially to Caroline Smith for putting together the nomination. It has been very exciting to be one of the top 6 contenders to be shortlisted. We are focused and ready to make the most of every opportunity to building inclusive, healthy and vibrant communities.
Being Part of the Nundah Community
Kwest4Learning is Loving being part of the Nundah community. Check out our write up on page 15 of the latest edition of Loving Nundah. Our social groups are also mentioned on page 11.
More about Loving Nundah here.
Remember to vote for Simon La Rosa at westfield.com.au/chermside
Your vote could make it possible for someone on the Autism Spectrum to start their own business with AUTREprenneur Enterprises a new initiative from Kwest4Learning