About CoAct: Government partnerships

CoAct is one of the largest providers of government-funded employment services programs.

We partner with key government departments to deliver the following contracts across Australia

Workforce Australia

CoAct is one of the largest providers of Workforce Australia, a government employment service open to all Australian individuals and businesses that allows CoAct to provide you with personalised help. As a recruitment partner we can:

  • connect you to large employers and key industries
  • connect you with occupations in high demand

There are 2 levels of support available:

Individualised and intensive support, delivered in-person and involving high-quality servicing with a focus on early intervention and tailored case management.

In this scenario CoAct Connect Service Providers , offer the following support:

  • A mentor who takes the time to listen and understand your needs while supportively guiding you on your journey to employment
  • Professional career counselling that looks like work suitability assessments to support your career aspirations as an individual
  • An online employment hub where you can exclusively access professional tools, build your personal profile, and market yourself to stand out from the crowd
  • Connections to specialist services for housing, counselling, family support, and more
  • Small group workshops tailored to your personal growth and professional development
  • Access to a pool of funds to help you get ready to start work
  • Ongoing support for up to 26 weeks in your new role
  • Referrals to tailored government programs such as Career Transition Assistance, Employability Skills Training and digital literacy.

Disability Employment Services (DES)

CoAct is a leader in providing specialist help for people with disability, illness or injury to find and keep a job. We are one of the largest providers of the Commonwealth Government’s Disability Employment Services programs.

We deliver two types of Disability Employment Services:

  • Disability Management Service: for people with disability, illness, or injury who need the help of an employment service but do not expect to need long-term support in the workplace
  • Employment Support Service: for people with a permanent disability and an assessed need for longer term, regular support in the workplace.

Workforce Australia – Transition to Work (TtW)

Workforce Australia – Transition to Work is a service to support young people aged 15–21 on your journey to employment. This program has a strong focus on helping you understand what is expected in the workplace, helping you to develop practical skills to get a job and connect with suitable education, training and work experience opportunities.

Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN)

The Apprenticeship Community is a partnership between CoAct and BUSY At Work, delivering the federal government-funded AASN program across Western Australia. The Apprenticeship Community is the only community based, not-for-profit provider of AASN services in Western Australia.


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Acknowledgement of First Nations Peoples

CoAct acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay our respects to the peoples, the Cultures and the Elders past, present and emerging.

Diversity and inclusion

CoAct is committed to embracing diversity and inclusion by providing an inclusive service and work environment. We welcome everyone, irrespective of age, sex, gender, sexuality, culture, religion, size and ability.


We are committed to ensuring accessibility for people with disability. This includes digitally, in the workplace, and on the path to work. Online we continue to improve the user experience for every visitor by applying and upholding accessibility standards.
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