AIYEP 2016-17 Fleurieu Region 

Workplace Provider Registration

Thank you for expressing your interest in providing a work experience placement for an Indonesian participant in the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP). We look forward to your support.

Work experience placements in the Fleurieu region are Monday to Thursday for two (2) weeks commencing Monday 28 November 2016. This complements the participants' stay with their host families.

On Friday of each week and both days in the final week of their stay, the Indonesian participants will give cultural performances at local schools or community groups.

To register as a workplace provider, please complete and submit the form below.

As mentioned, the program is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Australia-Indonesia Institute and aid program, and in Indonesia through the Ministry of Youth and Sports. It provides young people with the opportunity to appreciate the culture, development and way of life of each other’s country and be exposed to professional skills in their respective areas of study or career.

The participants have undergone medical and dental examinations to attest to their health and hold a Police clearance sighted by the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. They also hold travel insurance, including personal liability cover. Each is paid a weekly allowance to cover transportation fares to and from their place of work experience, their lunches during the working week and general OOP expenses.

The Indonesians are very eager to learn about Australian culture and community life, and experience the Australian workplace from a vocational and social perspective. Prior to commencing their homestay and work experience, they will receive an orientation about the Fleurieu region and the Australian way of life.

The Indonesian group, aged 21-25, also seek homestays for this period. A subsidy of $780 per participant for the 3-week stay is payable to host families. Contact the local coordinator or click here for more information.

To register as a workplace provider, please complete and submit the form below.

* Required

Contact Person

Links with Indonesia (if any)

Do you have any knowledge of Indonesian language or culture? (Please indicate extent)*

Yes     No

Health, safety or other special requirements to be met by the participant (eg clothing)

What are the normal working hours/times offered for this placement? Is shift or weekend work involved? The participant will not be available Mondays due to cultural performance requirements. *

Who will be your participant's immediate work supervisor? *

Is there good public transport access to your organisation location? (bus, train service etc). Detail briefly. *

Yes     No

Can the participant buy lunch at a canteen or nearby? *

Yes     No

Any other comments? (eg your workplace environment/policies/practices)

Are you interested in being a host family for an AIYEP participant. *

Yes     No

Is there anyone else you know who may be interested in being a host family for AIYEP 2016-2017? If yes, please provide name(s) and contact details. *

Yes     No
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This information will be available only to the AIYEP Australian Coordinator, TCN and the Australia-Indonesia Institute (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) for the purpose of AIYEP. Selected information will be available to your Indonesian participant(s) as part of their briefing materials. All reasonable and appropriate steps will be taken to protect the privacy of individuals as required by the Information Privacy Act 2009

We will not disclose your personal information to any other person or organisation (except the above-mentioned) unless one of the following reasons applies:

  • you have given us your consent to do so
  • we are required by law or authorised to do so under a law
  • there are grounds to believe disclosure will prevent a threat to life or health
  • that person or organisation is providing a service to AIYEP and is required to maintain the same or similar privacy legislation principles