Career Services

We equip mothers with young children and women who have experienced family and domestic violence with skills, confidence and support to enter the workforce.
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*Please note: after June 30th 2024, Luma will no longer be a ParentsNext provider. You can search and find another provider here

Caring for children often comes with large breaks from paid employment, particularly for mothers. That’s why we are a proud provider of ParentsNext: a national program supporting parents and carers to plan and prepare for employment, in time for their children to start school.

We prepare you to enter the workforce feeling confident, empowered and qualified by working directly with you on the following goals.

  • Identify personal goals around education and employment
  • Address obstacles into employment
  • Create a career plan
  • Organise training, activities and services in the local community
  • Gain job-seeking and interview skills
  • Insight into balancing employment and parenting roles
  • Connecting you with other programs and services to support your individual needs
  • Boost your confidence to return or enter the workforce

Diverse needs, backgrounds, disabilities and cultures are embraced by our team, who are experienced in working with women from all walks of life.


  • Mirrabooka: 7A Brewer Place, Mirrabooka, WA 6061
  • Midland: Midland Junction Lotteries House, 39 Helena Street Midland, WA 6056
  • Northbridge: 227 Newcastle Street, Northbridge, WA 6003
  • Joondalup: Lotteries House, 70 Davidson Terrace, Joondalup 6027


ParentsNext is for parents and carers who:

  • Have received a Parenting Payment from Centrelink in the last 6 months
  • Have not reported paid work to Centrelink in the last 6 months
  • Care for a child over 9 months and under 6 years of age

Your personal information as a ParentsNext participant is protected by law, including under the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act). For further information see our disclaimer.

Moving On

A comprehensive career program for women who have experienced family & domestic violence. We work directly with you on self-exploration, motivation and resilience so you can confidently create a pathway into education, training and/or employment.

  • Career exploration and planning
  • Resume and cover letter preparation
  • Gaining job-seeking and interview skills
  • Addressing barriers

*Due to limited capacity, we are currently not running this program.

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