Employment & Training
The employment programs assists people from refugee backgrounds address the barriers they experience in finding sustainable and skilled employment. The program provides one-on-one and group mentoring to access education & training, develop work-ready skills, resume and job support, work experience, employment and post-placement support.
L2P Driver Mentoring
L2P offers low-cost help with driving practice for learners from refugee backgrounds. Drivers must be over 18 years, have Cert II level in English or equivalent and have completed 20 hours with a driving school or equivalent. Sessions cost $20 per with a volunteer driver mentor to help count their hours.
“In the past, I didn’t know what I had and what I could do with my skills. SCARF supported me and opened opportunities for me to take part in many leadership skills development programs. Today, I feel equipped and I am using my skills to give back to the community.”