Ruth Vigor

Client Support and Administration Assistant

Ruth has a Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention, which provides critical training for working with a diverse range of clients that is focused on a ‘person-centred approach’. This training is essential as it means that she is adept at empowering clients to make positive decisions about their lives, taking into consideration each individual’s life experience, age, gender, culture, heritage, language, beliefs and identity. She understands the importance of flexible services that supports each individual’s wishes and priorities.

Ruth is skilled in case management and program coordination and is very passionate about empowering clients to improve their living situation and emotional wellbeing that can make a real difference in their lives.

Ruth is originally from the United Kingdom and has a diverse range of skills and experience, including teaching vocational qualifications, which incorporated courses to empower individuals to improve their employability skills and gain confidence in the workforce. She has a Postgraduate Certificate in Education.

She also has experience in coordinating Social Funded Projects, which involved acting as a conduit between academia, business and individuals with regards to training courses that could help improve innovation, sustainability and employability skills. The purpose of the funding was to improve prosperity in one of the poorest counties in the United Kingdom.

Ruth is very passionate about the environment and has implemented and managed an internationally recognised environmental management system, and also program managed a sustainability leadership course in Melbourne and Sydney.