Key Employment celebrated the International Day of People with Disability with the third annual PARK Life community fun day. Despite…Read More >>
Key client Joe Jackson "can go anywhere" after picking up valuable work and life skills in his employment.Read More >>
Key's KAPOW students are working on a mural at Park Beach Reserve with local street artist Ash Johnston. The project…Read More >>
Joanne Sanders hadn’t been able to work for a number of years after sustaining a serious spinal injury. Although she…Read More >>
Key's Nambucca KAPOW class have produced a street art mural in Nambucca Heads signifying the life cycle process.Read More >>
Emily Cooper has made a great start to her first job out of school, learning new skills at Nambucca Plaza…Read More >>
"Since I have been out of school and became a student at Key Training I have become a happier person and no longer have to…
"Key is fun! The trainers are awesome. I’m keen to get a job."
"Training @ Key provided an adult learning environment with non-judgemental teaching. They take the time to explain things to me which makes me want to…
Key Employment aims to provide excellent quality assessment; training and recruitment services to help people with disability get more skills, better jobs and more respect in the community.
Key Employment has been finding jobs for people with disability since 1991. In that time we have found more than 2500 jobs for our participants, many of who would not have worked without our support. We have placed over 450 apprentices and trainees and guided over 200 people through accredited courses.
We have also accessed over $500 000 in funds for adaptive work equipment for our participants and have an employer database of over 1000 businesses.