Empowering people and their communities
Education, employment and training have always been fundamental to Bamara’s commitment to helping local communities prosper, we’re able to grow our programs and services in the jobs and employment sector to help further people achieve economic independence.
ParentsNext is a government pre-employment program that supports parents and carers who receive Parenting Payments as they navigate and prepare for the next stage in their career or education.
At Bamara, we understand that everything you do is for your kids but balancing work and family life can be difficult.
ParentsNext provides support and resources to help you build your confidence and skills.
Dubbo Opportunity Hub
Dubbo Opportunity Hub (DHUB) is a program of support that works closely with the schools in Dubbo and Wellington to build the confidence and knowledge of Aboriginal students to achieve their desired career pathway.
DHUB is a whole community approach. We create links between schools, employers, training providers, support services and Aboriginal communities and work in partnership to find and create opportunities.
Driver Licensing Access Program
The Driver Licensing Access Program (DLAP) is a free learning to drive program.
It makes getting your driver licence accessible for community groups that may have difficulty due to employment, education, family, training, or lack of support.
Bamara Care is a registered provider of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Our people care – we’re here to support you and your life choices.
All Bamara Care’s passionate and highly trained staff have the experience, qualifications and dedication to help you live the life you choose.
Education and Training
The mission of Bamara Education and Training is to increase the economic independence of individuals and build the capacity of communities through our education and training services.
Our quality-assured and nationally recognised qualifications are delivered nationwide through our Registered Training Organisation with the Australian Skills Quality Authority.
Reach Out, Seek Help; it can be life changing
Filmed on location on the outskirts of Dubbo, “Reach Out, Seek Help; It can be life-changing features nine local members, including four Traditional Owners and three local Aboriginal Youth who all played a significant role in the planning and development of this production.
The right support at the right time reminds Hannah that she is management material
Through our services for the ParentsNext program, Hannah is now working full time in this demanding but rewarding role for a community-based organisation that helps families, older people, people with disability and their carersRead more
Plenty to celebrate as Zoe’s career change supported
When she started ParentsNext, Zoe was still rethinking her employment goals and how they could best fit with caring for her five-year-old daughter.Read more
Bamara presents Reach Out, Seek Help; it can be life changing. A short film about mental health and wellbeing
“Reach Out, Seek Help; It can be life-changing” is a community project bought together by Bamara DHUB. This local collaboration aims to normalise the conversations around mental health and wellbeing challenges within our communities.Read more
Work with us
Diversity is important to us at Bamara, as is creating local opportunities for people. We pride ourselves on having a culture of teamwork, respect, inclusivity and passion.
Growing our inclusive culture is fundamental to us, and we want every member of our team to be positively engaged and totally committed to providing meaningful outcomes for the people we support.