Employment & Training
for all

How can we help?

UnitingSA works closely with you to support your employment or training needs.

We offer practical programs if you’re facing retrenchment, looking for employment as a person with a disability, or moving from remote South Australia, among other services.

Who can we help?

  • Individuals
  • Families
  • Children
  • Young adults
  • Older adults 65 years +
  • People with disabilities including those with mental health conditions
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent

Our friendly staff are available weekdays from 9am – 5pm to tell you more about our Employment and Training programs.

Or explore the programs below and download a brochure to find out more.

Our locations

North

Unit 3-4, 13 Elizabeth Way Elizabeth SA 5112

Call us on (08) 8259 2900

West

64 Dale Street Port Adelaide SA 5015

Call us on (08) 8440 2270

Murray Mallee

1 McHenry Street Murray Bridge SA 5254

Call us on 0459 873 694

Limestone Coast

63 Farquar Street, Bordertown, SA 5268

Call us on (08) 8752 2569 

Facing long-term joblessness or retrenchment?

The Building Family Opportunities (BFO) Program offers the support you may need to secure meaningful employment for one or more members of your family.

Download a brochure here to find out more.

Helping new parents return to work

Our ParentsNext Project helps parents prepare to join or re-enter the paid workforce by the time their youngest child starts school.

Download a brochure here.

Relocating from remote SA for work?

Employment and Education Housing (EEH) has affordable accommodation if you live in remote South Australia and need to relocate for work, training or education in regional centres or Adelaide.

Download a brochure here to find out more. 

Supporting people with disabilities in country regions

UnitingSA Bordertown Disability Services provides professional guidance and support to people with disabilities in the Bordertown, Keith, Tintinara and Kingston areas. This service offers tenancy support, emergency assistance, day options and access to Centrelink.

Download a brochure here.

Employment for people living with a disability

Wesley Social Enterprises (WSE) is a UnitingSA service offering a variety of supported employment options for people with a disability.

Find out more about WSE.

Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something.

UnitingSA relies on the generosity of donors to help deliver innovative programs and support for people in need across metropolitan and regional South Australia.

“What I like about working here is it’s like a family. The workers here love their job, and the reason they enjoy it is because they are accepted.”

Wayne Loughhead,
WSE Supported Employee