Good News Stories


'Renae Finds Her Confidence!'

Uploaded: 29/11/2019
Renae came to Status having battled mental illness for a number of years and was struggling to find work due to low confidence and self-belief. The Status Disability Employment Support team at Noarlunga worked with Renae in individual sessions as well as through Job Clubs to increase her confidence, employability skills and assist to manage her barriers, improving her ability to find sustainable work.

Our Business Development Consultant Rudy worked with Renae to introduce her to multiple employers, including Millennium Hi Tech where she gained employment as a cleaner. Renae has now been in this role for six months, and after commencing at 15 hours per week Renae has increased her work capacity to 30 hours per week through the ongoing mentoring and support assistance from the Noarlunga team.

We wish Renae well as she continues to grow and see the benefits of all the hard work she has put in for herself and her career.

Dimitrios Advises He's "loving" His Job!

Uploaded: 19/11/2019
“The team at Status have successfully found us another candidate. Dimitrios has jumped into his role at Industrial Gaskets and is now a great member of the IG team.” - Michelle Wolanin (Employer)

Dimitrios came to Status in early 2019 having transferred from another provider because he felt he was not getting the assistance he needed to help him find work.

Jonathon and Rudy from the Status Torrensville team assisted Dimitrios by helping him identify suitable employment opportunities. Dimitrios was very pro-active in looking for work, and engaged positively in the support that Status provides. Dimitrios’ attended weekly Job Clubs and the Status Ready to Work program where he was given training and a tablet to assist him in his job search.

Rudy then gained Dimitrios an interview with Industrial Gaskets and he was successful in gaining the role. Dimitrios still maintains communication with our Status Torrensville team and advises he’s “loving” his job and is appreciative of the assistance and support we continue to provide him to ensure that everything goes well for him at work.

“Trevor Reaps The Rewards Of Perseverance!”

Uploaded: 01/11/2019
Trevor approached Status in 2018 in need of support to help him find a job. Trevor had limited learning and literacy skills and also suffered from anxiety which hindered his ability to find and keep work.

Status Cannington encouraged Trevor to be involved in SEE – Skills for Education and Employment program for several months. He then attended job clubs as well as the Status Ready 2 Work program where he showed the utmost enthusiasm and commitment to finding work.

He was put forward for several roles and while unsuccessful at first, he gained an interview with the City of Canning who were so impressed with his dedication that they worked with Industrial Recruitment Partners to carve out a role specifically for him.

Trevor is now working full time at the City of Canning with the help of IRP, and is really passionate about the work he is doing. Well done Trevor for your perseverance, and to the City of Canning in conjunction with Industrial Recruitment Partners who have helped support Trevor with his new role.