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Delivering employment, career development and
training services in the local community
Empowering People - Building Communities
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bridging the Gap has streamlined its service delivery to accommodate the needs of our clients during these unprecedented times. We are delivering most services remotely via a combination of online training/webinars/teleconferencing and telephone appointments.
WELCOME TO BRIDGING THE GAP!
PART OF YOUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS!
YOUR INTERESTS AT HEART
Bridging the Gap (BTG) has been firmly embedded in the local community providing a diverse range of Federal and State funded programs to deliver employment, career development and training services through its partnerships with local community based organisations across the Perth to Peel region.
After some significant changes in government policy BTG took stock of its position and evolved into what we see today, a strong, active and passionate member of the community. Take your time to look around our site and see the programs and projects we are running or are involved in. For more information please feel free to give us a call or send us an email.
We have offices located centrally in both Kwinana and Mandurah, with easy access to public transport and local resources we are ideally suited to serve or local community.
Darius Wells Building, 2 Robbos Way, Kwinana
56 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah
ACTIVE IN OUR COMMUNITY
Hours of tireless work was celebrated this week with the installation of an impressive cubby house at the Safe Woman, Safe Family centre in Pinjarra. The cubby house was designed, constructed and decorated by participants in Bridging the Gap's Moorditj Mia Mia...
Les Hayward Long-standing board member appointed to the role of Chairm Local Not for Profit and Charity , Bridging the Gap, who has a 30-year history of assisting local Rockingham / Kwinana / Mandurah residents develop job ready skills and achieve employment has...
Photo (Feature) - Wayne Milnes, Chair of BTG, Minister Ellery and Minister Templeman and staff of the partnership between TAFE, SMYL and BtG and Government of Western Australia. The new Peel Jobs and Skills Centre has been operating since August 2018 but was...