Key Employment is dedicated to help people find a job and keep a job. We offer a full range of services from assessment, training and on the job support to ensure our clients get the same wages and employment conditions as workers without disability.
We ensure our clients do satisfying and varied work with opportunities for change, promotion and other development. We offer first class accredited training and we tailor our delivery systems to the needs of the individual.
To provide extraordinary services to people with disability so they get equal opportunities and access to training, jobs, careers, traineeships, apprenticeships and further study.
Key Employment has been finding jobs for people with disability since 1991. In that time we have found more than 2500 jobs for our clients, many of who would not have worked without our support. We have placed over 450 apprentices and trainees and guided over 400 people through accredited courses. We have also arranged over $500,000 in funds for adaptive work equipment for our clients and have an employer database of over 1000 businesses.
To help people with disability and other disadvantages find a job and keep a job. To support them to participate to their fullest potential across the social, cultural and economic life of our communities.
Ultimately, 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 assessed my needs and organised the correct and appropriate training to help me upskill and to improve my employment options and chances.”
“Key Employment has changed my life by getting me a job and helping me start my career. They check on my progress regularly and are always there to offer support if I need it.”
“I like KAPOW because I can do the work well and the trainers are accepting. It is better than school and is helping get me a job.”
“It’s a great place to be to make great friendships and get along with everyone. They have a good laugh and make it fun. The teachers are chilled and not as strict. They treat us with respect and like adults.”
“Now I don’t think I am below anybody. I feel different from what I used to believe. I am treated like an equal individual and my opinions are listened to with respect and courtesy.”