Corporate and community partnerships
Underpinning Real Futures approach is a true understanding and connection with the local First Nations communities we support. 83% of our leadership and 73% of our staff are Indigenous. We understand and respect the cultural protocols of each nation, the community structure and the influence of these on community. We engage Elders and respected community leaders to support our aspirants through their journey to a sustainable job.
Real Futures is proud to partner with the following organisations.
RISE Ventures is a Community Development Program (CDP) provider with a presence in Far North Queensland (Kowanyama/ Pormpuraaw) and the Northern Territory (Katherine).
Nyirrunggulung-Rise is a joint venture between the Jawoyn Association Aboriginal Corporation (a registered charity) and RISE Ventures, delivers the Community Development Program (CDP) in the central Arnhem region of the Northern Territory, including Beswick, Barunga, Binjai, Bulman and Manyallaluk.
RN Employment Services
RN Employment Services (formerly Rise Ngurratjuta) is a joint venture between RISE Ventures and Ngurratjuta/Pmara Ntjarra Aboriginal Corporation providing Community Development Program (CDP) services in the many communities from Mutitjulu (surrounding Uluru), Kaltukatjara – Docker River (on the WA border), Imanpa (southwest of Alice Springs), to Tennant Creek and Elliott.
We work with registered training organisations (RTOs) and training providers in all states who are culturally competent and open to implementing blended learning methods and support on the job training. We also work with our sister company the Angus Knight Institute.
Jobfind is a five-star employment service provider with offices in NSW, Queensland and the Northern Territory. Jobfind has provided job seekers with a variety of government employment programs, having placed over half a million job seekers all over Australia with thousands of employers, both large and small.
Real Futures is a proud partner of the Jobfind Youth Employment Consortium (YEC), a flagship collaboration between some of Australia’s largest training, employment and not-for-profit partners, pledging to defeat youth unemployment.