Past Partners

The Bread and Butter Project

The Bread & Butter Project is an artisan bakery social enterprise that provides training and employment opportunities for refugees and asylum seekers based in Sydney. Established by the founders of the highly successful Bourke Street Bakery, their traditionally crafted loaves are made from the highest quality ingredients and are delivered to many of Sydney’s fine food purveyors.

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Ern MacDonald Fellowship

The Ern MacDonald Fellowship, in memory of a great industrial relations visionary, launches the careers of talented young tradespeople and is supported by project partners, the MacDonald family, Dusseldorp Forum and WorldSkills Australia.

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Green Team

WorldSkills Australia hosts some of the nation’s largest and most logistically-complex events, catering for up to 60 different skill categories at the biennial WorldSkills Australia National Competitions. Running these skill categories uses significant quantities of water, energy and materials, and generates multiple waste streams.

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Indigneous Plumbing Team Challenge

The WorldSkills Australia National Competition hosted the inaugural Plumbing Team Challenge at Sydney Olympic Park. This event tested and showcased the skills and talent of young Indigenous plumbers from parts of remote and rural Australia over a 3 day competition.

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Y Green + I Green

Developing a residential sustainability project where young people are trained and subsequently employed to conduct home sustainability consultations in their local community.

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Australian Youth Mentoring Network

The Australian Youth Mentoring Network is a national hub for youth mentoring research, tools and resources. The Australian Youth Mentoring Network aims to work with interested youth mentoring organisations and practitioners to foster the growth.

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Make It Work

Building on its experience in starting up the Career WorkKeys community based labour hire program on the Central Coast, Dusseldorp Skills Forum is working in partnership with Narrabri Shire Council, MAKE IT WORK, AgriFood Skills Australia, and Tocal College to pilot an innovative cross industry skills program.

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Real Skills Real Work

2010-2011 DSF partnered with Dare to Lead and the Ernabella Anangu School in South Australia in a remote indigenous community to provide real pathways from school to work for young people.

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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Early Childhood Skill Training Network

2008 – 2009 On 12 June 2008, DSF brought together thirty-five people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, early childhood, community, training and academic networks who are involved in training, support and services in early childhood education and the care of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children for a national roundtable meeting.

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National Youth Commitment

The National Youth Committment was about guaranteeing that all young people have access to Year 12 or its equivalent or a job with training. Six partnerships were established between 1999 and 2001 to explore the capacity of local communities to deliver a Youth Commitment.

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Dusseldorp Forum acknowledges the First Peoples of Australia and the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we work and live.
We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.