In 2020, Caraniche at Work is offering new training programs and greater flexibility for people working across a range of different roles and industries. While our face-to-face training programs have been postponed until further notice, please contact us to discuss online training options for your organisation.
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With the emergence of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Caraniche at Work is committed to continuing to provide services to our clients and customers.
The safety and wellbeing of both our staff and clients are our highest priority and we are monitoring the evolving outbreak situation closely. We ask that our clients follow the guidance of the Australian Government and the World Health Organisation in terms of managing transmission risk.
The following changes to our service delivery have been made to ensure that we are still available to be responsive to the needs of our clients, while making sure all government requirements are followed.
We know this is an especially stressful time for many in our community and we are committed to continuing to support our clients. Please contact us if you have any other concerns or questions.Contact us
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