Empowering YOUth Initiatives – Round 2 Grant Funding is coming!
The Australian Government invested $55 million over four years in Empowering YOUth Initiatives (EYI) as part of the Youth Employment Strategy announced in the 2015-16 Budget. EYI seeks new and different approaches to engage vulnerable young people and equip them with the skills they need to gain employment.
Nineteen organisations were funded under EYI Round 1 to support young people aged 15-24 at risk of long-term unemployment.
The Round 2 Grant process for EYI will open shortly and the Department is inviting applications from not-for-profit, non-government organisations. This will also include employment service providers who are not-for-profit organisations.
If you have new or different idea to help vulnerable young people to gain the skills they need to find work, you are encouraged to apply. The Department will consider proposals of up to $5 million.
Stay tuned for more updates.
Questions and requests for clarification about the Grants process can be directed to the Hotline:
Phone — 1300 733 514 (Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Canberra time, excluding ACT and national public holidays)
Email — the Employment Services Purchasing Hotline (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Successful Norfolk Island jobactive provider
The Australian Government has announced the successful jobactive provider to help Norfolk Island job seekers find work, prepare for work and to match them to employer needs.
Third Party IT Provider (TPITP) Deed, Certification and Accreditation
Department of Employment IT security policy for External Service Providers and external users
The Department of Employment IT security policy for External Service Providers and external users is provided for the consideration of potential Respondents during the Request for Proposal stage.
Request for Applications for Inclusion Quality Assurance Framework Multi-use Auditor List
This presentation provides information in relation to the Request for Applications for Inclusion on the Quality Assurance Framework Multi-use Auditor List.
The Department advises that new Request for Applications for Inclusion (RAI) for the Quality Assurance Framework Multi-use Auditor List (QAFMuL) were paused on 1 June 2016. The Department plans to receive new Applications from mid-2017 and will advise via an addendum on AusTender when it will be accepting Applications again. Interested parties are encouraged to register on the AusTender website (www.tenders.gov.au) to ensure they are advised of any new addenda in relation to the RAI for the QAFMuL.
- Email email@example.com.
- Call the Employment Services Purchasing Hotline on 1300 733 514