Albira

Albira's Story

Albira is following in his mums’ footsteps by gaining work at Multicap after graduating with a Certificate III in Individual Support as part of Multicap’s Skilling Queenslanders for Work program.
 
Albira completed his placement at Kuraby Hub and has been employed at Multicap as a Disability Support Worker for the past three months. 
 
Currently working with about 18 customers, Albira said disability support work was very new for me at the beginning but now I’m really enjoying working at Multicap – my favourite part is having fun and playing with the children that participate in Avegates School Holiday Program.”
 
Albira’s mum, Rika, is a Disability Support Worker at Eight Mile Plains Hub and encouraged her son to speak with Multicap’s Skilling Queensland for Work Project Manager saying, “disability support work is really interesting and there is so much to gain from completing the work-based training program.”
 
Prior to moving from Indonesia to Australia in February 2018, Rika worked as a primary school teacher at a family school. Albira graduated from high school in 2020 and previously worked in a restaurant.

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