News : Tech Support Open for Disadvantaged Australians
Nov 21, 2014 -- Veteran not-for-profit technology enterprise WorkVentures has launched SafetyNet – a technical support program aimed at providing low-income and disadvantaged Australians with Microsoft Windows-related assistance.
A social benefit is also seen at the other end of the phone at SafetyNet, with unemployed youth recruited as trainees. A statement from WorkVentures said: "The call centre is primarily staffed by IT trainees who undertake nationally recognised qualifications while gaining paid work experience. The trainees are supervised and mentored by WorkVentures' senior technicians to prepare them for a career in IT and a better future."
The SafetyNet call centre is located in Mascot in southern Sydney and will be open weekdays .
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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