MatchWorks’ Deadly Yakka program is paving the way for indigenous job seekers to find meaningful work.

Since launching in the Melbourne suburb of Preston in February 2014, Deadly Yakka has gone from strength to strength and we have run more 30 programs across Australia.

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

Gosnells, WA
Monday 29 April

Ballarat, VIC
Monday 6 May

Give us a call on 1300 13 23 63 or contact us to register or find out more.

FROM WELCOME CEREMONY TO REAL WORK

Each Deadly Yakka program starts with a smoking ceremony to welcome clients, trainers and employers. Clients then take part in a three-week program which coaches participants about ways to present themselves to employers to help them gain and keep work.

Guest speakers include employers and representatives from indigenous organisations. Topics cover:

• Motivation and why we work
• Overcoming barriers to employment
• Job search strategies to secure interviews and placements
• Improving confidence and self-esteem
• Interview skills training.

Once formal training is finished, mentors and MatchWorks consultants work with participants to help them become job ready.

MatchWorks partners with Concentrix for Indigenous Pathway Program

FOR EMPLOYERS

MatchWorks supports employers wanting to diversify their workforce.
We help employers recruit indigenous staff and link with local government programs to help deliver indigenous employment strategies.
Cultural awareness training is available for employers wishing to take part in the Deadly Yakka program.

Contact us to discuss how you can become involved.

OUR PARTNERS

The following businesses are proud supporters of the Deadly Yakka program:

Accor Hotels
AFL Sportsready 
Australia Post
Bendigo District Aboriginal Co-op
CMC Indigenous Services
Coles
Concentrix Australia New Zealand
Crown Casino
Diversity Dimensions
Dja Dja Wurrung
Djerriwarrah Health
Red Cross
Skilled
Spotless
Western Health
Wilsons Security
Woolworths