In our ever-changing digital world, there is more pressure on organisations to ensure you have sufficient IT security protocols in place.
This is especially so for providers of jobactive, WfD Coordinator, HLS, NEIS, TtW, ParentsNext and now Disability Employment Services who are required by the Department of Employment to become accredited under the IT Pathway to Accreditation Programme (IRAP).
Jobs Australia used their collective bargaining power to commission services that can support our members to achieve IRAP accreditation and negotiated much better prices than would have been possible if members had sought these individually.
Launched last year, our members enjoy the benefits of choosing the support they need to help them prepare their documentation for certification.
The Jobs Australia IRAP Support Service 2017
Members who used the service in 2016 will now be considering how they will undertake the next phase of the IRAP's three phases. During 2017 Jobs Australia will offer services for:
If your organisation is required to get accreditation and you have not yet arranged the advice, guidance and assistance and assessment services you need, contact us to find out how we can help.