Keep Your Jobseeker in Their Job - PPS 

We can go anywhere in Australia to deliver these workshops. No rural town or city are too far.

Topics covered:​

  • The PPS framework.
  • PPS contractual requirements.
  • Developing a PPS plan for each jobseeker.
  • Identifying types of support needed for each individual.
  • Retention of clients and how to track it.
  • Mentoring techniques to support jobseeker in new employment.
  • Rapport and relationship building.
  • Objections handling and saving jobs in jeopardy​.

Many times, jobseekers have reported back to feeling stressed and alone in their first weeks and months of gaining employment. Other times, jobs were not sustained as the jobseeker didn't have guidance or a mentor to help them through this change. Especially if they had been out of the labour market for a while or faced several barriers.

Being able to mentor the jobseeker through their first weeks and months of challenges is crucial, as well as guiding the employer and building long-term relationships which many times reap referrals and repeat business. In this workshop you will be learning both contractual requirement as well as behavioural fundamentals to build strong relationships, influence, mentor and sustain placements. 

Would you like to...

Learn ways of how to mentor and support your jobseeker in their new job?

Hit your KPIs while ensuring jobseekers sustain employment?

Maintain and build long term relationships with employers?

Develop ways to track retention of clients effectively? 

1 day workshop

​​​By the end of this course you willl:​

  • Gain a better understanding about PPS contractual obligations.
  • Develop a plan and risk assessment for the employer.
  • Learn unique tools in how to mentor and support jobseekers in their first weeks and months of employment.
  • Build better rapport and develop lasting relationships with employers​.
  • Improve your communication skills and deal with resistant people, and conflict effectively. 
  • Learn ways to identify any challenges or barriers to ongoing employment and address immediately.