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On the 16th February 2017, Incolink was proud to present The Island Work Education & Training Centre, with a substantial cheque to support of their unique educational program to students aged 15 -18. The Island is a campus of Lynall Hall Community School in Coburg.  Over a 20 year period Incolink has donated over $1.2 million so The Island can offer skills training such as ...

In July 2015, Incolink began work on Contact+Connect which is a program designed to deliver online mental health communications to construction workers who are between jobs.  Incolink was selected for the program due to its unique position in the commercial building and construction industry. Incolink is a redundancy fund, and frequently works with unemployed construction work ...

  After 16 years of great service to members, Incolink is regretfully saying farewell to Gary Wright, our first Drug & Alcohol Counsellor.  We wish he wasn’t leaving but Gary has new adventures planned for his retirement - which includes working in his beloved plant nursery.  Please join us in wishing him well with a post or email him personally on gw@incolink.org.au  Gary ...

  Did you know that your Incolink insurance programs* will only be provided while an employer is paying the agreed redundancy and IPT contribution on a worker’s behalf? This means you are not covered for any period where there are gaps in your redundancy or insurance contributions. Although Incolink is continually following up overdue employer contributions - it is also impor ...

In late April our Apprentice Support Officer, David Clark, delivered a Problem Gambling session at Chisholm TAFE (Frankston campus) that drew a great crowd.  The apprentices in the building and construction courses, Incolink CEO, Dan O'Brien and Serge Sardo, CEO of Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation all gathered to hear and support this valuable preventative education se ...

In March, Incolink launched version 2 of the Incolink smartphone app and decided to treat some Construction Engineering and Hacer workers in Drummond St, Carlton, to a pizza lunch to celebrate.   As workers gathered around, Dan O’Brien, Incolink CEO, took them through a quick run-down of the new version, and the site team agreed that it was important for workers to keep on to ...

In early April the Incolink counsellors moved into 1 Pelham St, Carlton with the rest of the Incolink team. Our counsellors are available to workers and employers for counselling, tool boxes on site or Critical Incidents upon request – as a free service. If you are doing it tough with too much work or personal stress, relationship issues, alcohol and drug use, financial and de ...