Not sure where to start?
Don’t forget, there are transition centres available to help auto workers quickly and easily access information and support to find a job.
Northern Futures – Elizabeth
Automotive supply chain workers and their partners can drop-in to Northern Futures Elizabeth, anytime Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm at Shop 41, Elizabeth Shopping Centre, 50 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth South.
Please note: Northern Futures Elizabeth will close at 5pm on Friday 22 December 2017 for the Christmas break, and will re-open at 9am on Monday 8 January 2018.
Warradale Career and Workforce Development Centre
Automotive supply chain workers and their partners can drop-in to the Warradale Career and Workforce Development Centre at 2/156 Sturt Road, Warradale anytime Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.
Please note: the Warradale Career and Workforce Development Centre will close at 5pm on Thursday 21 December 2017 for the Christmas break, and will re-open at 9am on Monday 8 January 2018.
We provide free services for current and former auto supply chain workers.
The idea of moving away from the auto industry can be really daunting, but we’re here to help.
No matter what your next step is, preparing for the end of auto manufacturing in South Australia is going to take time. It’s really important that you don’t wait to start thinking about what’s next for you.
To take control of your future, you need to register for free support.
Once you’ve registered, you’ll have access to a whole range of support services
The first thing you’ll do is work with a Northern Futures Career Coach to develop a transition plan. They will help you plan your future and work out what support you need to get there. This might include help with:
- recognising what your transferable skills are, and how valuable they are to employers
- advice on starting your own business
- what training you might need
- how to get your existing skills recognised as part of a qualification
- helping you plan for retirement.
Northern Futures can also help you manage the effect this change is going to have on you and your family.
There is plenty of information on this site to help you, but much more support is available through Northern Futures if you register for free support.
Have you been made redundant in the last six months?
The Automotive Industry Structural Adjustment Programme supports workers who have lost their job in the automotive manufacturing industry, including component suppliers.
If you have been made redundant, you may be eligible for additional support through the Australian Government’s Automotive Industry Structural Adjustment Programme (AISAP). To access AISAP, you must register with a jobactive provider within six months of your redundancy date. Through AISAP, your jobactive provider can access up to $1,300 to pay for work related items such as training, uniforms, tickets and licences that can help you get a job.
To find your local jobactive provider visit the jobactive website or call 13 62 68 and explain you are an automotive supply chain worker wanting to register for AISAP.
Please note, AISAP is separate to the $2,500 in support available through the Drive Your Future program. Eligible auto supply chain workers can access both support programs.