HITsa are partnering with the ACH Group to get you ready for a casual role that makes a difference.
The cleaning pre-employment program will prepare you for work as a community cleaner where you support older people to continue living independently.
Community cleaners’ complete day-to-day tasks such as general house cleaning, laundry and mopping.
Does this sound like something you could do? Read on for more information about the program.
Why are community cleaners important?
Keeping a clean home can be a difficult task as you get older.
Community cleaners’ complete in-home tasks to support the elderly who still live at home.
A clean home is imperative to their health and safety, therefore as a community cleaner you help them to stay safe and comfortable while living at home.
What is the ACH Group Cleaning Pre-Employment Program?
The ACH Group Cleaning Pre-Employment Program is funded by the State Government through JobTrainer (eligibility criteria applies).
The program includes 3 weeks of pre-employment training which will prepare you to work as a community cleaner.
Upon successful completion, you may gain employment through the ACH workforce.
Participants need to have their license, a car and be able to work at least 3 days per week.
You will also need to be able to provide the following documentation:
- National police clearance
- DHS Disability Check
- Current First Aid Certificate
Want to become a community cleaner?
The ACH Group Cleaning Pre-Employment Program is a great way to return to the workforce if you have no prior industry experience.