What we stand for
For many years now we at Empowering Community Strategy have been working to build links and relationships between Industry and Community. We strive to develop sustainable programs to Educate and Empower everyone from all walks of life to full fill their potential in-turn assisting Industry with Community Engagement.
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What we do
Empowering Community Strategy is a gathering place of information for Employers and Community to foster new ideas within Education, Economic development, Life Skills, Social Services and Training.
Our services include: Training, Mentoring, Project Management, Work force Planning, Personal and Organisational Development.
We can assist Community and Industry in developing mechanisms to cooperate more fully, establishing stronger linkages.
We have over 15 years working within the Employment and Training Industry specializing in the Construction, Energy & Recourses, Manufacturing and Mining sectors.
We have extensive networks and knowledge within these sectors as well as Community, Indigenous and Schools/ Education.
“I would highly recommend Chandel Eyre, director of Empowering Community Strategy. I have worked with her as both a colleague and a client and she has always been professional and gone out of her way to provide excellent customer service. Leighton Contractors will continue to utilise Chandel’s service.”
“I would highly recommend Chandel Eyre, director of Empowering Community Strategy. Chandel has been connecting with our business in a variety of ways over the last few years, she has always been professional and gone out of her way to provide excellent customer service. Chandel has a great insight and passion for assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities as a whole. I would recommend her to anyone looking for an expert in this field”
“Working with Chandel Eyre, Director of Empowering Community Strategy as a business colleague is a continual pleasure due to her collegiality, professionalism and wisdom due to her depth of experiences and knowledge of Aboriginal employment and engagement of community. She focusses upon empowerment strategies bringing social, cultural and economic environments and issues of complexity into wise and simple, organisationally tangible, positive results”