Terms of Use

Welcome to Cape York Employment online consultation portal (“website”). Please read this document carefully prior to accessing or registering on this website. Anyone with an internet connection can view the information on this website, however, to participate in forums and other commenting tools etc you must register.
 
This consultation portal is hosted by the Engagement Hub software (“software”), owned by My Business App Pty. Ltd., who reserves the right to update and change the 'Terms of Use’ from time to time without notice. Any new features that augment or enhance the current software including the release of new tools and resources, shall be subject to these ‘Terms of Use’. Continued use of the service after any such changes shall constitute your consent to such changes.
 
By using any aspect of this website you:
  • Acknowledge, understand and agree to these TOU
  • Acknowledge, understand and agree to the other policies and statements displayed on this website
 
Registering enables you to actively participate in discussions on this website
  • When you register on this site, you will be required to input personal information. In registering you are required to provide accurate and non-misleading information.
  • If you are under the age of 18 years old, your parent and/or guardian must approve your registration and be held responsible for your activities on this website.
  • You are responsible for maintaining your account security and keeping your password confidential.
  • Once your account has been approved by this website’s administrator, you will be notified by email to the email address you entered at the time of registration.
  • As a registered user who will be able to access your personal dashboard via the top right-hand corner of the website. This dashboard enables you to amend your personal information and view your activity on this website.
  • You are responsible for all content posted and activity that occurs under your account. Any content you publish to this website is publicly shared and does not remain confidential.
  • You accept that content who post may be held for moderation and if deemed in breach of these TOUs will not be publicly published
  • If you breach these TOUs, your registration to participate on this website will be permanently revoked.
  • In regards to how your personal information is used and stored, please refer to the Privacy Statement.
 
In accessing and/or participating on this site, you will refrain from:
  • Behaving unlawfully
  • Misrepresenting who you are, in any which way or form, or impersonating another person
  • Intimidating, bullying, stalking or victimising this website’s administrators and other registered users
  • Posting content which is irrelevant to the consultation
  • Posing content which you do not own and/or is copyrighted or patented
  • Promoting or selling any goods and/or services
  • Transmitting content which is a solicitation whether it be spamming or advertising
  • Posting of pornographic or illegal content
  • Transmitting or distributing of virus, worms, malware etc which is technologically harmful, disruptive and unlawful
  • Attempting to hack the service, corrupt data, gain unauthorised access to or sabotage the security of this website and/or its hosting
  • Attempt to extract the source code of the service
 
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We may, but have no obligation to, remove Content and Accounts containing Content that we determine in our sole discretion are unlawful, offensive, threatening, libellous, defamatory, pornographic, obscene or otherwise objectionable or violates any party’s intellectual property or these TOU.
 
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The failure of My Business App to exercise or enforce any right or provision of the TOU shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. The TOU constitutes the entire agreement between you and My Business App Pty. Ltd., and its clients.
 
Your use of the service is at your sole risk. The service is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis.
Technical support is available via our Helpdesk.
 
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Project Highlights

Kenneth Pootchemunka Aurukun 18032021.jpgKENNETH POOTCHEMUNKA

Kenneth Pootchemunka has been actively attending his activity in Aurukun, being one of the first people on site and working back to complete the chair below for his daughter. The use of power tools and hand tools to complete this chair has given Kenneth the confidence to approach one of our local contractors for employment. Kenneth was very proud when he came into the office to inform CYE of this employment opportunity and to tell us that he felt like a proud dad when he saw his daughter's face after he handed her the chair. - 18/03/2021
 

 

 

 

 

Kiki Activity 17022021 new snake pads.jpgAURUKUN SNAKE GAURDS

The guys in Aurukun have been struggling with the elements, the rain has been torrential, the heat has been unbearable and now the grass is 6ft tall, around the community. All of this has led to safety concerns within Aurukun. Families are struggling to maintain yards and snakes (Taipans) are being found around and inside houses that they reside. Cape York Employment has recognised this as an issue and have purchased new lawn mowers and Whipper Snippers to combat the ongoing concerns of the community. Due to the length of the grass, our participants engaged in this activity were constantly being confronted by snakes, so as soon as this was highlighted to us, we swiftly acted on purchasing anti bite snake guards. Some of the more willing and photogenic participants below are modelling them for you all to see. - 18/02/2021

 

 

Dreamtime Aurukun 7.jpgDREAM TIME SOLUTIONS

Cape York Employment have subcontracted Dreamtime Solutions to deliver a Horticulture and Healthy Lifestyle Workshop in the remote community of Aurukun. In under two weeks Dreamtime Solutions has been able to lift the engagement of the female activity by having the ladies engaged in creating their own sustainable community garden. Not only is Dreamtime Solutions working on increasing the community’s engagement, they are building and strengthening their rapport with stakeholders in community. Renee Schoder the Director of Dreamtime Solutions has visited the community and been hands on planting out the community gardens with the ladies in Aurukun. The ladies engaged in the program have shown appreciation to Renee in attendance and have stated that they are keen to have a community garden in which they can cook healthy meals                                                                                              from. - 10/02/2021
 

Kayoka George.jpgAURUKUN SUCCESS STORY

The ongoing relationship between the Aurukun Shire Council and Cape York Employment is strengthening each day with more pathways to employment for community members than ever before. A prime example of this is 18-year-old Kayoka George from Aurukun. Kayoka completed Year 11 and has been eagerly awaiting training opportunities within Aurukun to upskill herself into full-time employment. She approached both the Aurukun Shire Council and Cape York Employment when the Indigenous VET funding became available for the Food Handling Course at the Chivaree Aged Care Centre. Kayoka expressed an interest in being trained in the safest way to handle, prepare and serve food. 
Cape York Employment assisted Kayoka in obtaining the ID required to acquire a Unique Student Identifier, as well as the correct personal protective equipment essential to complete the training. Kayoka benefited from funding available through the Aurukun Shire Council and undertook a three-day course with an accredited trainer to complete this certificate. Congratulations, Kayoka! - 14/01/2021


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