How we help

Find the right program for you

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Youth Services

How can we help?

If you are aged 17 – 24, we can help you build the confidence, skills and readiness for getting into work.

Jobs and Skills Centre 

Located at South Metropolitan Tafe and our Mandurah office, we provide free local guidance on improving skills and job prospects.

Employability Skills Training

Free for eligible job seekers 15-24 years old, this course will help you gain the right skills for the right job for you.

Coaching Young People for Success

If you’re a school or youth agency looking to build a coaching program for young people, this program has it all.

Employment

Want to know more?

If you’re looking for help getting into work, we are here to support you and help you build your confidence and skills.

Jobs and Skills Centre

You can find us at South Metropolitan Tafe or our Mandurah office, where we provide free local guidance on improving skills and job prospects

ParentsNext

If you’ve been raising young children and want to get back into work, our ParentsNext program will help you do that.

We’re here to help. Call us on 09 9419 2553 or email  us at mailbox@bridgingthegap.org.au and we’ll get you on the right path.

Testimonials

Bridging the Gap has proven to be a key organisation in contributing to the achievement of significant outcome for the local community. Many of our disengaged and at-risk young people have benefitted from BTG’s experience and commitment.
Joel Woods
Engagement and Transitions Manager
Bridging the Gap has the proven experience and track record in providing services that aim to increase participation in the workforce, particularly among the under-employed, disengaged, and under represented groups in the community.
Mayor Marina Vergone
City of Mandurah
Bridging the Gap is committed to ensuring that people in the Peel region better utilise their talents and skills, enabling people to reach their fill potential, participate effectively in the workforce, and tap into the many career opportunities in our State.
HON David Johnston
Senator for Western Australia