Our membership is comprised of
organisations and individuals who are directly involved with or
have an interest in Australian employment and related services.
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by NESA Members
NESA members deliver a broad range
of employment and related services including:
Job Services Australia
Job Capacity Assessors
National Panel of Assessors
Community Development Employment
New Enterprise Incentive
Australian Apprenticeship Access
National Green Jobs Corps
Innovation Fund Panel
Employer Broker Panel
for small to medium sized businesses
Many NESA members are also involved
in the delivery of State Government funded employment related
programs and are Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). In
addition there are NESA members who deliver a range of other social
welfare, community and health services and enterprises.
Our members operate and deliver
services across the breadth of metropolitan, regional, rural
and remote Australia through a network of approximately 3,500
sites. NESA members range in size from small organisations
that operate locally to larger ones that offer services
nationally. NESA offers inclusive representation to
support the industry and our membership is open to not-for-profit,
for profit and public sector delivery agencies.
Employment Services helping to build a better
We know the work of our members' changes peoples lives for the
better and we are immensely proud to support and represent the
organisations and individuals that deliver
Australian employment and related services.
The work being undertaken by NESA members to provide effective
employment and related assistance to job seekers and employers is
critical to support the achievement of an inclusive society.
An inclusive society is one in which all Australians feel
valued, and have the opportunity to participate fully in the life
of our society and have the resources, opportunities and capability
- Learn, by participating in education and training
- Work, by participating in employment or voluntary work,
including family and carer responsibilities
- Engage, by connecting with people, using local services and
participating in local civic, cultural and recreational activities
- Have a voice, in influencing decisions that affect them.
NESA members are at the forefront
of initiatives to address social exclusion through assisting people
who find themselves unemployed to find and keep work. This
includes providing employers with assistance to find and retain
staff as well as to support the creation of employment
opportunities and develop more inclusive workplaces.
Employment services are delivered
by approximately 35,000 dedicated staff, with a diverse range of
skills and professional credentials, who share a commitment to
improving peoples' lives through creating opportunities
for employment and inclusion.
NESA Code of
Every member confirms their
commitment to abide by NESA's Code of Ethics on commencement of
membership and at annual renewal. NESA membership indicates a
provider's commitment to ensure their own organisational standards
are high and their willingness to contribute to better practice and
development across the industry.
Read the NESA Corporate
Member Code of Ethics.
Members in the Media
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