WorkwearHub Extend Commitment to Empower The BUSY School Students

The BUSY School is thrilled to announce the extension of its official partnership with WorkwearHub into 2024. This collaboration, now entering its next phase, solidifies a shared commitment to empower BUSY School students pursuing trades, apprenticeships, and traineeships by providing essential safety equipment through WorkwearHub. 

This ongoing partnership reflects The BUSY School’s dedication to ensuring that students have access to all key items necessary for their unique learning journeys. Valued at approximately $10,000, the generous support from WorkwearHub demonstrates a commitment to the social impact missions of The BUSY School Movement. 

Lee Aitken, CEO of The BUSY School, expressed the significance of this partnership, stating, “Every young person deserves the opportunity to thrive, the chance to learn their way, and access the support needed to pathway into employment. This continued collaboration with WorkwearHub highlights our commitment to this mission.” 

Tanya Green, Human Resources and Operations Manager at WorkwearHub, supports the belief in alternative education and career pathways provided by The BUSY School. “We want to ensure that students have an easy way to get started with our Tradie Starter Packs, equipped with essential safety gear to kickstart their journey in the trades.” 

In addition to providing Tradie Starter Packs, WorkwearHub offers BUSY School students generous discounts on a wide range of clothing, boots, safety gear, and more. This comprehensive support aims to give students the best chance to fulfill their dreams and contribute to local communities through gainful employment. 

The BUSY School, a registered charity, provides these services across Queensland. The school caters specifically to young people aged 16-19 years who have disengaged from mainstream education or are at risk of disengaging. These schools provide a highly supportive, personalised, and inclusive environment, offering no fees, smaller classroom sizes, wellbeing support, access to vocational education and training, work experience, and career pathway guidance.  

Learn more about The BUSY School 

Learn more about WorkwearHub

 Is your business looking to sponsor a worthwhile cause? 

The BUSY School help young people to re-engage with education and find their vocational path. For sponsorship enquiries, please contact: 

Lana Endersby, Corporate Partnerships Manager, The BUSY School


Phone: 0476 772 640


For media inquiries, please contact: 

Carly Brown | The BUSY School Marketing Specialist 

The BUSY Group 

P: 0448705747 | E:

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