Are you a supply chain worker or a Holden employee and unsure of your next move? Here are some support services the City of Playford provides for you to explore options for your next step - no matter what that might be.Men's Shed
Programs provide a space for men to enjoy their hobbies, give back to their community and make new connections and friends.
Training in Work Health And Safety and First Aid
Men’s Space social group
Spanner in the Works Health Checks
playford.sa.gov.au/mensprograms or call 8256 0333
Free internet use for up to two hours per day and free wi-fi
Access to Lynda.com (free online job-courses such as tips on resume and interviews)
Free session ‘Set up MyGov account on your device’
Study/application writing areas
One on One IT help sessions
Justice of the Peace service
Visit playford.sa.gov.au/library or call 8256 0334
Volunteering in Playford
Options for volunteering include Library, Environmental greening, Events, Youth activities, Grenville Centre and Food CoOps. A range of training opportunities available
For more information call 8256 0333 playford.sa.gov.au/howtobeavolunteer
Social Inclusion Programs
Developmental opportunities for people with mild disabilities or mental health issues to further their pathways into employment, traineeships or volunteering.
Career Jumpstart Sessions
Positive Futures Expo (annually)
Playford Suicide Prevention Network
Northern Adelaide Entrepreneur Scholarship
Northern Entrepreneur Growth Program
Northern Adelaide Jobs Portal northernadelaidejobs.com.au
Work Experience Opportunities
Access RenewalSA live training sites
strettoncentre.com.au or call 8254 4666
Community / Indigenous Development Centre
Information and opportunities for volunteering
Provides training and employment
Free computer and internet access to job seekers / students
playford.sa.gov.au/marniwaiendi or call 8209 3840
Assistance for businesses to access Start-up and Expansion Grants.
Connecting businesses with training / professional development opportunities.
Pathways to Employment
Training opportunities from registered training organisations
Facilitate work experience and employment opportunities for residents north of Gepps Cross
Other useful community centres
Elizabeth Rise Community Centre
0488 195 546
Offering a range of community programs
Community Food CoOp
(08) 8287 4299
Low-cost nutritional food products and grocery items.
Grenville Community Connections Hub
(08) 8256 0377
Services for people 50 years and over, including links to services and information.