In May and early June 2021 Real Futures conducted a survey to some 1,300 VTEC participants to understand how satisfied they were with our service delivery and what we can do to improve.
Canarvon Pioneer Cemetery was founded in 1880 and closed in 1973 although officially the last person to be buried there was in 1980. The Cemetery has become overgrown, and a bit uncared for. So, the Real Futures team was delighted to get our tools our and muck in to tidy the place up, and show our respect or those who have passed. Many of the team had relatives buried here, and Real Futures is proud to have this as one of our projects.
The Real Futures team has been instrumental in guiding the wider Angus Knight Group (AKG) in developing the 2021 – 2023 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). The RAP runs across all AKG’s businesses, underscoring a commitment to Closing the Gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment in Australia. At the centre of the RAP is a vision of building strong Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices into our decision-making and the continuing empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team members around the country.
In March 2020, Real Futures partnered with UN Women to deliver the first program of its kind in a developed country. Supported by BHP Foundation as part of their global commitment to enabling access for all women to quality education, the program was piloted in Western Sydney, providing a culturally safe, women’s only space.
Brendan Kaine is always working on a project. See all the images to learn about his latest creation
With Real Futures help Keanu has grown in confidence and has now applied for a Traineeship in Cert III Civil Construction with Lendlease.
Real Futures is conducting this survey to understand your experience with our services and to identify areas we can improve. We are interested in hearing about your experience through a 10-minute online survey.
Robert and Philip both aspirants have struggled to find employment in their local area of Taree. Real Futures helped with the Get Ready Workshop.
When the Carpentry Workshop started back this year, we had a couple of participants attending who were manufacturing patio chairs and tables. The workshop is now 3 months on and full of participants. Sean Ford – Project Manager for Real Futures Gascoyne Community Development Program reports that the latest projects that have participants have built are awesome with the participants walking away very proud of what they have achieved.
Today we look back on an International Women’s Day event in the Gascoyne Region. Sean Challis – Regional CDP Manager from the Gascoyne Region said that everyone got together for the event to celebrate and share thoughts and support for all women and to remind everyone that women play a very important role in everyday lives. A big thanksyou to everyone wo came along and to our men’s Supervisor Stephen for sharing his wonderful voice to all the women.