Education & Employment Expo

 Employment and Education Expo 2015

The Education and Employment Expo and Open Day is an annual event organised collaboratively by the Community 2168 Project and TAFE NSW - South Western Sydney Institute Miller College and participated by diverse education and employment service providers. The Expo has been ideal for people who want help with job seeking, training or information about diverse career paths.

The 2014 Education and Employment Expo was attended by several hundred people receiving information on employment and education programs and services, attending a workshop or an activity and enjoying variety of entertainment on the day.

The 2015 expo will be held on Thursday 21 May 2015 from 9.30am - 1.00pm at TAFE NSW - Miller College, corner of Hoxton Park and Banks Roads, Miller.

Agencies wishing to hold a stall at this year's Expo are encouraged to submit their registration form and we will contact you with the Expo details.

The Education and Employment Expo and Open Day was an initiative of the Education and Employment Working Party. This working party aims to: 

  •     Build relationships and forge links, including with industries, to enable a flexible, responsive and  seamless service for the community
  •     Enhance employment and training opportunities for residents in the 2168 post code area
  •     Provide a forum where collaboration is encouraged and facilitated
  •     Promote positive employment and education outcomes – past, present and future
  •     Develop a local needs profile that is continually assessed to identify emerging needs
  •     Develop responses to identified needs and utilise current and/or emerging opportunities

For more information please contact 9821 7776 or email

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Employment Pathways Directory

The Community 2168 Employment and Education Working Party has developed an employment pathways directory which maps the opportunities available for people in relation to employment, education and training. The directory assists organisations and residents to have access to a resource which tells them about which programs and services are available to them within their particular circumstances and age group.

A survey was distributed to organisations asking whether the organisation runs any programs in relation to employment, job seekers, short courses, education, training, mentoring, skills development, apprenticeships, work experience, low interest loans, volunteering or other aspects related to assisting students and job seekers.

The Community 2168 Employment Pathways Directory can be downloaded here.

Last updated on 2017-03-07AEDT00:00:05+1100