YiSSA SEE Program Promotes Digital Literacy Among Indigenous Clients

Students staying at YiSSA on 55 Batten Rd, Marrara Northern Territory are concentrating on improving computer skills.  STEPS YiSSA computer program kicked off in November 2023 and has brought beneficial digital literacy skills to the doorstep of clients staying at YiSSA Housing.  Students are being supported by our friendly, patient and well-experienced trainer Jan to learn basic […]

Generous Indigenous Artist Shares Techniques with Cairns Community

Greg Salt is on his second SEE enrolment in Cairns. He wowed us with his art skills on his first enrolment and has promised to teach us some of his techniques ever since. So we recently kept him true to his word and the students organised a community art workshop. They designed flyers and took […]

Community-driven Indigenous leader honoured with Student of the Year Awards

A passionate advocate for Indigenous women and children and proud Gooreng Gooreng woman of Bundaberg is the esteemed recipient of two prestigious Queensland Training awards. Dana Whiston, STEPS Caloundra graduate of the CERT III in Individual Support (Ageing and Disability) program took home Vocational Student of the Year and Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Student of […]

Deadly Turn Out for Townsville’s NAIDOC Week Celebration

STEPS staff and hundreds of community members in Townsville proudly marched down Thuringowa Drive on Friday July 7 in celebration of NAIDOC Week.  With flags and banners raised high, clapping sticks bringing the rhythm to impromptu dancing, and cheers from supporters on the side-line, the atmosphere was electrifying at this year’s Deadly Day Out event […]

Supporting Migrants Every Step of the Way


Throughout history, people have left their homelands in hope of finding better opportunities, safety and a better life for them and their families – ambitions all of us aspire to. Migration is a brave physical expression of the human will to triumph over danger, poverty and misfortune, to take one’s life into their own hands […]

Darwin students are sew generous


Darwin locals are showing their true colours in a quilt-making project, which will be donated to a disability college in Queensland when completed. The quilt, which is being made in the colours of the Aboriginal flag, is being made for NAIDOC Week by students from the STEPS Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program. The […]