Association Type Clubs & Associations in Western Australia
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District32 is a brand that stands for business, community and collaboration.
- Type:Association,State Focus
- Local Clubs:Social Club,Business
- Industry & Politics:Business
District32 exists to support, promote and provide opportunities for small businesses in Perth.
Through a cooperative system they work together to provide the necessary training, exposure and promotional tools for small business.
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- Type:Association,Local Focus
- Local Clubs:Business
- Employees (FTE):40
- Industry & Politics:Business
AIM WA is a private not-for-profit organisation committed to the development and performance improvement of its Personal and Corporate Members across the commercial, government, community sector.
- Type:Association,Non Government
The Australian Institute of Management in Western Australia (AIM WA) aspires to be an international leader in shaping management, leadership and organisational excellence in Australia and our region.
AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education combines the best of both Worlds – the intellectual power of one of the world’s top 100 universities with the expertise of WA's leading training provider
AIM WA+UWA Business School Executive Education lives the values of partnership it espouses: from its origins as a joint venture between two pre-eminent education and training organisations through to its operational relationships with client organisations.
This corporation aims to provide a range of services, enterprises and programs that facilitate increased participation in employment and economic opportunities.
As the Community Development Program provider for the two regions of Hedland and the Western Desert, a large portion of AAC's workforce is focused on achieving this goal. Where real jobs are available, the staff work closely with employers to identify local jobs and jobseekers to make sure their skills currently meet the needs of employers and follow up with both groups once a jobseeker is employed. AAC staff provide guidance and preparation over induction and ongoing maintenance of the jobseeker in the work role.
Where jobs are less available, AAC supports jobseekers through design and delivery of work-like structured activities that support the development of skills to match jobs when they become available. These activities match community needs so jobseekers can gain a sense of pride from their involvement as well as work skills. AAC also has a number of economic enterprises which can support individual jobseekers. The seeking of economic development is an ongoing focus for AAC as employment opportunities are very limited in many locations.
Participation takes many shapes: as trainees in the workplace, as a jobseeker taking part in a Work Ready program or as a community member who wants to create a healthy and safe community. AAC has a genuine focus on ensuring participation by jobseekers aligns to their interests and also meets the needs of the community.
The Australian Institute of Company Directors is committed to strengthening society through world-class governance.
- Local Clubs:Special Interest
- Type:Association,Non Government,National Focus
- Industry & Politics:Business,Industry Assn
AICD aims to be the independent and trusted voice of governance, building the capability of a community of leaders for the benefit of society.
This institute holds a membership of more than 43,000 includes directors and senior leaders from business, government and the not-for-profit sectors.
The Australian British Chamber of Commerce is a leading organisation created to facilitate the development of business relationships among companies operating in Australia.
- Type:Association,International Focus
Our key objectives are:
- To promote, foster and further trade, investment, commerce and industry between Australia and the United Kingdom
- To lead and promote discussion and debate on significant issues affecting business and public affairs or national and international interest and importance
- To facilitate business networking opportunities for both our members and the business community in general by providing quality functions, events and meetings
The Chamber was founded in 1910, the same year as Australia sent the first High Commissioner of the new nation to the United Kingdom. In over a century since then, the Chamber has established a strong reputation as a body that facilitates business development through a range of networking activities primarily the organisation of events such as corporate lunches, private boardroom functions, and more relaxed cultural and cocktail evenings.
The Chamber has developed to further support bilateral trade by providing opportunities for business people to be informed by and exposed to the ideas of successful leaders. Business relationships are developed at a personal level and the Chamber provides support for this process. These opportunities have complemented the growth and role of the Department for International Trade, Austrade and various Australian State government agencies as well as groups including Scottish Development International.
Trade between Australia and the UK is highly significant to both countries. Two-way trade currently stands at more than $29.1 billion, making this Australia’s fifth largest trading relationship. The UK is the second largest source of total foreign investment in Australia: total investment is valued at $515.5 billion. As of 2016, total Australian investment in the UK was $350.5 billion – making the UK Australia’s second most important foreign investment destination.*
Approximately 1,500 Australian companies are active in the UK, with a large number using the UK as a base for continental Europe. A considerable number of these companies are associated with the Chamber and find its services significant in assisting the development of their business relations in this country. These companies and their executives are valued members and partners of the Chamber, actively involved within its network of influential individuals and organisations.
The Chamber is an independently constituted organisation operating in all states. It has a strong relationship with the United Kingdom through the British High Commissioner and the British Consul-Generals. This provides access to key officials both directly and through Department for International Trade.
This not-for-profit charitable organisation provides services to at-risk Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients who are affected by homelessness, alcohol and drug use and unemployment.
- Charity:Aboriginal,Drugs & Alcohol,Employment & Training,Housing & Homeless
Our values are reflected in the services we provide, the staff we employ, and the success stories of our clients.
Welcome to Bloodwood Tree Association! Since our incorporation in 1977, Bloodwood Tree have worked tirelessly to advocate for, and support, Aboriginal, disadvantaged, at-risk, and homeless people in Port Hedland and the surrounding communities.
We offer a range of services and support to help you lead a happy, healthy life:
- Alcohol and Other Drug Support Services
- Mental Health Support
- Homelessness support
- Employment and Training (including driver training)
“To assist and encourage members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to keep and renew their traditional culture, whilst establishing greater self-sufficiency through fostering participation in education, employment, training, health services and housing opportunities, including the development of economic projects and enterprises.”
This dedicated team is working to offer programs and resources to help improve Social, Cultural, Economic and Community Engagement for Aboriginal people in the Midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne regions.
- Local Clubs:Aboriginal
Since Incorporation in 1992, Bundiyarra has set up a modern, professionally run community and administrative centre. Bundiyarra Aboriginal Community Aboriginal Corporation currently employs 18 staff in a variety of positions to achieve the organisational outcomes.
Bundiyarra is currently offering the below list of services;
Coordinate Aboriginal involvement in activities and social events
Provide services to Aboriginal people including Accountancy, Environmental Health & Welfare, Housing, Community Services, Human Resources (employment and training)
Provide Administration to Aboriginals looking towards developing in a business capacity to become self supportive
Facilitate a stable meeting place that embraces all aspects of Aboriginal traditional and culture
Deliver the Bundiyarra - Irra Wangga Language Program across 275,282 square kilometres
Deliver Wajarri Language Classes
Deliver Environmental Health Program across 151,469 square kilometres
Deliver Connecting Cultures - Cultural Awareness Training to improve working and living with Aboriginal people
Deliver the Work Experience Landscaping Program in partnership with The Salvation Army and Employment Plus
Community Garden Project in partnership with the City of Greater Geraldton, Go Gero team
Assist a multitude of government and other organisations by providing a Fee for Service to deliver accurate information on languages in the Midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne regions and
Maintain and develop the list of existing services and programs that are currently available at Bundiyarra.
The Carnamah Historical Society was founded in 1983 to collect, record, preserve and promote local history.
- Type:Association,Non Government,DGR 1 Status
- Local Clubs:History