They may have only just graduated, but it’s clear that this is just the beginning for four EPIC Assist (EPIC) job seekers who are on their way to realising their career dreams. Graduates Renee, Jason, Portia, and Russel recently completed 8 weeks of training and work experience at the Queensland … Read more about Graduation the start of career dreams for EPIC job seekers
After sustaining an injury, and realising that he could no longer continue in his current line of work, Patrice Sullivan turned to EPIC Assist (EPIC) for support. He had tried other providers but was told that he would need to find somewhere that understood him, his injury and could provide him … Read more about The game changer is support: Patrice’s journey to find his confidence
At EPIC Assist (EPIC), we’re committed to preparing people with disability for the workforce and supporting them to reach their potential. We recently chatted to Brayden, a young man on the autism spectrum who has been studying Retail with EPIC Education Assist (RTO ID 41218). Over the last six … Read more about Everything’s stacking up for Brayden at IKEA
Like a lot of people with disability, Emily has faced hardships throughout her life and battled with bullying and low self-esteem. After struggling to find a suitable traineeship, Emily connected with EPIC Assist (EPIC) and she hasn’t looked back since. For the past eight months, she’s been … Read more about “I couldn’t be happier.” How Emily is taking charge of her life at Target
At EPIC Assist (EPIC), we’re committed to ensuring our trainees feel confident and ready to enter the workforce. After two years of working at EPIC, Anthony has proven that nothing can stand in his way. Anthony recently completed his Certificate II in Business, and associated administrative work … Read more about “I’ve come a long way and I’m showing people what’s possible.” – Anthony
Georgia-Rose has set her sights on a future in disability services, after her job at EPIC Maryborough sparked a newfound passion. Georgia-Rose has been completing the work experience component of her Certificate II in Business in EPIC Maryborough’s reception area. “I answer the phones, cover … Read more about “Helping people with disability is something I feel strongly about” – Georgia-Rose.
Fara was introduced to us via the Ticket to Work program at his school earlier this year, and we immediately knew he would be a great fit for a retail traineeship. EPIC Employment Consultant Phillip Le Boeuf connected Fara with Bunnings at Underwood in early 2017. “Fara has the gift of customer … Read more about “I love the team at my new job. I need to get a car now, because I’m always working!” – Fara
When we presented about the Ticket to Work program at Simu’s high school, it was a turning point in the young man’s life. We introduced Simu with Woolworths in Sunnybank Hills, and he began his traineeship in March. His initial duties included merchandising, cleaning tasks and looking after … Read more about “I enjoy my time at Woolworths and cannot thank EPIC enough for this opportunity.” – Simu