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- Australian Apprenticeships Access Program (DIICCSRTE) [new window]
The Australian Apprenticeships Access Program is an Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIICCSRTE) initiative that gives nationally recognised training, support, and assistance to job seekers who experience barriers entering skilled employment.
- Pathways for Students with Disabilities While Still at School (VIC) [new window]
This resource, from the Victorian Government Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD), provides information on multiple pathways students with a disability can follow through their final years of secondary school in Victoria, Australia.
- Australian Association of Special Education (AASE) [new window]
The AASE is a broad-based non-categorical association concerned with all who have special education needs.
- Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) [new window]
ADCET provides information about inclusive teaching, learning and assessment strategies, and support services for people with disabilities in post secondary education and training.
- Australian Human Rights Commission [new window]
The Australian Human Rights Commission, reporting to the Australian Federal Parliament, is responsible for promoting and protecting human rights in Australia. The employment webpage provides information regarding discrimination in the workplace under the Disability Discrimination Act.
- Australian Network on Disability (AND) [new window]
The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to advance the inclusion of people with a disability in all aspects of business. Their role is to assist organisations in the development of appropriate behaviours, attitudes, systems and knowledge to engage with people with disability as employees, customers and stakeholders.
- CanDo4Kids (SA) [new window]
CanDo4Kids provides programs and services for vision and hearing impaired children and their families in South Australia (SA). This includes a Pathways service for young people up to 25 years, focussing on school support and interaction, community access and transition support.
- Centrelink - Illness or disability [new window]
Centrelink's guide to programs, services and publications for those with a disability, injury or illness.
- Creating Accessible Teaching & Support (CATS) [new window]
CATS provides up to date, accurate and comprehensive information about inclusive teaching, learning and assessment strategies, accommodations and support services.
- Challenge Disability Services (NSW) [new window]
Challenge Disability Services offer support to identified individuals with a disability. The programs and services include Vocational Services and are offered in the North West, Central West, New England and Hunter regions of New South Wales (NSW).
- CHOOSE Employment - Disability Services [new window]
For eligible job seekers living in Tasmania, starting work or returning to work, CHOOSE offers a variety of free pre-employment, employment and support services.
- CRS Australia [new window]
CRS Australia provides services, such as job search, return to work programmes, workplace rehabilitation, vocational counselling and assessment, to people with a disability, injury or health condition.
- Disability Employment Australia [new window]
Disability Employment Australia is the peak industry body for Australia's disability employment services.
- Disability Information and Resource Information Centre (DIRC) [new window]
DIRC provides an information and referral service to the people of South Australia.
- Disability Lifestyles [new window]
This website provides information on education, employment, recreation and family issues for people with spinal injuries and acquired brain injury. The focus is on Queensland.
- Disability Rights (Australian Human Rights Commission) [new window]
The Disability Rights home page offers a range of resources and links to information about disability discrimination and other related issues.
- Disability Services Australia (DSA) [new window]
Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides essential community support, employment, and training services for people with a disability.
- Disability Standards for Education (DEEWR) [new window]
The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) has formulated disability standards for enrolment, participation, curriculum, accreditation and delivery, student support services and elimination of harassment and victimisation.
- DiVine [new window]
Up-to-date information for people with disabilities, their families and carers. DiVine provides a directory of Victorian services, health news and a calendar of community events.
- Eastwork Employment Inc [new window]
This Victorian association, helping people with disabilities achieve vocational goals, has an employment program, a Young Adults training program and a specialist training group.
- Global Applied Disability Research and Information Network (GLADNET) [new window]
GLADNET is an international organisation that links universities, enterprises and government departments with common goals of advancing employment and training opportunities for persons with disabilities.
- Job Access - workplace solutions for people with disability [new window]
JobAccess is an information and advice service funded by the Australian Government. It offers practical workplace solutions for people with a disability and their employers.
- My Guide - myfuture [new window]
My Guide is a personalised, career exploration tool within myfuture, with over 360 questions and activities that assist in career planning and development.
- National Disability Coordination Officer Program (DEEWR) [new window]
The National Disability Coordination Officer Program, from the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE), targets barriers that people with a disability face in accessing and completing post-school education and training and subsequent employment.
- Nexus Human Services ACT [new window]
Nexus Human Services assists people living in the ACT, who have a mental illness, to obtain and keep employment. Services include counselling, resumes, job search, interviews and support.
- Disability and Carers (FaHCSIA) [new window]
The Disability and Carers webpage, from the Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), provides information about programs, services and support for people with disability and their carers. Visitors to the site will also find information about related agencies, publications, and standards and quality assurance for disability services.
- Psychiatric Disability Services of Victoria (VICSERV) [new window]
VICSERV services include pre-vocational day programs, residential rehabilitation, mutual support and self help, employment, training and support, career education, respite and advocacy.
- SANE Australia [new window]
SANE Australia is an independent national charity helping people affected by mental illness through campaigning, education and research.
- Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCI) [new window]
This website provides information for people with spinal cord injuries and other disabilities. It includes SCI Workforce, an employment agency and free recruitment service.
- Training Services - St Michaels Tasmania [new window]
St Michaels specialises in training programs for people with learning difficulties and intellectual disabilities, and for support workers.
- Willing and Able Mentoring (WAM) Program (Graduate Careers Australia) [new window]
The WAM Program matches tertiary students or job seekers who have a disability with mentors in leading organisations in the students' field of interest.
- Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) [new window]
WWDA policy and program areas include education, employment and income support, and human rights. Services include support, information and education.