Our Partners

Jawun

Tranby is a proud partner of Jawun, an organisation forging partnerships between corporations, government, and the Indigenous community through a successful secondment program.

Since 2013, secondees from organisations such as Telstra, Qantas, the Treasury, and Westpac & Norton Rose have been placed at Tranby for blocks of up to six weeks. Secondees work closely with Tranby’s staff and CEO to employ their unique skills to benefit the organisation. Many have maintained close ties with Tranby following the completion of the secondment program and often report immense self-development.


 

National Centre for Indigenous Excellence

Also located in the inner west of Sydney, NCIE provides resources and pathways for Indigenous adults and youths.

NCIE has provided accommodation and meal facilities for the interstate students who travel to Tranby to study.

 


PricewaterhouseCoopers

PwC is a leading profession service firm in Australia which helps Australian businesses assess and develop workplace performance processes.

PwC engage in ongoing consultancy work with Tranby, providing essential, corporate-minded advice to ensure Tranby continues to develop as a competitive organisation.


 

Community Legal Centres NSW

Tranby has developed a memorandum of understanding with Community Legal Centres.

CLCNSW is the peak body for community legal centres in this state and assist individuals who are seeking legal advice by referring them to an appropriate legal service provider.


Aboriginal Employment Strategy


The Aboriginal Employment Strategy is a Indigenous, not for profit recruitment organisation. AES works to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with access to job opportunities and career resources.


 

Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) Limited

ALS provide the Indigenous community in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory with referral services, court representation, and legal advice on matters related to criminal law, family law, civil law and children's care and protection law.