WorkAbility and IUIH are celebrating the success of two students being nominated for the Queensland Training Awards.

Kirsty Baggow and Liza-Jane Francis completed the Certificate III in Individual Support through an NTSSS-funded project, which also funded 18 students at IUIH to undertake the course to help grow and upskill their workforce.

Proud Kamilaroi woman and mother of three, Kirsty, 30, took just six months to complete her Certificate III Individual Support before stepping into her dream job – helping mob in their everyday lives.

Read Kirsty’s Story now

Liza-Marie, 32, is a proud Noongar Yorga woman from South Western Australia on Wajuk Country. and is the first woman in her family to hold a qualification – which she is using to give back to her family and community.

Read Liza-Marie’s Story now

Kirsty and Liza-Marie will find out their nominations has been successful in June.

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Date published
April 26, 2022