ResourcesThe following is a list of all the resources that are associated with Transition to Work.
Transition to Work targets three groups of young people considered at risk of long-term unemployment.
Providing Services to Participants and Employers and Identifying Complementary and Excluded Services Guideline
Transition to Work Providers offer intensive pre-employment support to young people to improve their work readiness and assist them into work (including Apprenticeships or Traineeships) or education.
Participating in Activities helps Transition to Work Participants to improve their skills, motivation and dependability so they can find and keep a job.
All Participants should have an accurate Assessment which reflects their current circumstances so they can be referred to and receive the Employment Services most appropriate to their needs to help them to gain employment and move from welfare to
The Service Period is the time a Participant spends in Transition to Work. It is affected by periods of Suspension and when Participants are Exited.
Transition to Work supports young people to improve their work readiness skills and assists them into employment (including apprenticeships or traineeships) or education.
This Guideline provides information for Providers (jobactive Providers, NEST Providers, ParentsNext Providers, New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS) Providers, Harvest Trail Services (HTS) Providers and Transition to Work (TtW) Providers) on the
This Guideline helps Transition to Work Providers identify whether a young person is eligible for Direct Registration into the Transition to Work Service and provides details of the requirements for Direct Registration of eligible young people.
Participants are generally expected to participate in Transition to Work Services for 25 hours per week for up to 12 months.
There are five types of payments available to Transition to Work Providers:
Participants may transfer between Transition to Work Providers for a range of reasons. Transfers can be automatic or involve a manual process and can be initiated by the Participant or a Transition to Work Provider.
This Guideline outlines the Transition to Work Provider’s responsibilities and required actions when creating, reviewing and updating a Participant’s Job Plan.
Transition to Work Providers have their performance regularly monitored and assessed by the Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business (the Department).
Transition to Work is a service to support young people aged 15-24 on their journey to employment.
This document sets out the steps to follow if you are concerned about the service you are receiving from your Transition to Work provider.
The National Work Experience Programme (NWEP) provides eligible job seekers with the opportunity to undertake real life work experience placements.
The Service Guarantee for Transition to Work sets out the Government’s expectations of Transition to Work providers.
This Job Plan template is for Transition to Work participants who are receiving income support and have Mutual Obligation requirements. It sets out the activities a participant has agreed to undertaken whilst in Transition to Work.
This Job Plan template is for Transition to Work participants who are not receiving income support and do not have Mutual Obligation requirements. It sets out the activities a participant has agreed to undertaken whilst in Transition to Work.
Transition to Work Deed 2016-2020 incorporating GDV 4.
Effective 1 July 2017.