In this workshop Pushpa Vaghela, of Women’s Mentoring Foundation, will be exploring opportunities to create pathways to employment and further education opportunities for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) migrants through grief and trauma coaching, professional skills development for employment, and career networking and mentorship.
This discussion is open to all audiences and attendance is free.
By joining, you can expect to learn about the following:
This event has been brought together with the support of the Lord Mayor’s Better Suburbs Grants – Community Support.
Please register for this event on the Brisbane Business Hub website at: