NDCO Seminar Series 2017 for people with disability and their support people

Return to work | 16 November

Have you been out of work for some time? Would you like some useful information to help you get back into the workforce? 

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Time: 10am-12pm
Venue: Ashfield Civic Centre, 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield

This session will provide information on the principles of returning to work including; key the things to consider, the types of support that are available, how to build your skills, and useful tips for resumes and interviews.

Who should attend? This session is for people with disability who are currently looking for work or who have been out of work and are looking to get back into the workforce.

To register go to: http://cds.org.au/event/ndco-seminar-series-return-to-work/

To download a flyer:
Seminar series flyer (PDF)


CALD Capacity Building workshops – by request

Ethnic Community Services Cooperative (ECSC) run free NDIS workshops for people with disability, their families and carers. This includes community information sessions on the NDIS and pre-planning workshops.

If you would like more information around running a session in your community please contact: capacitybuilding@ecsc.org.au 

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NDCO Session – by request

We can provide tailored information sessions on topics such as:

  • post School Pathways for students with disability
  • disability Awareness
  • education and Employment for people with disability
  • disclosure
  • and more.

If you are a school, VET provider, or workplace would like more information on running session please contact jessica.buhne@sydney.edu.au or vera.laptev@sydney.edu.au


Ticket to Work network in Sydney

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The National Disability Coordination Officer Program is looking to start up Ticket to Work network for the Sydney region (Inner Sydney, Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, St George-Sutherland). We are looking for stakeholders who may be interested in joining this network. It is so important that the disability sector works together to improve the transitions for people with disability, especially as we prepare for the NDIS roll out in our area and the changes to post-school programs. Further information can be found at the following website:

http://www.tickettowork.org.au/

What will it involve?

How local Ticket to Work networks function varies according to the different regions. The networks operate with a ‘collective impact’ approach, sharing goodwill, expertise and resources to solve complex cross-sectoral problems.

What’s happening?

We have started meeting with members of the new network and welcome anyone else to join who may be interested. We are looking for a broad representation of stakeholders in this network to make it a success.
If you are interested in this new Ticket to Work Sydney network please email Vera (vera.laptev@sydney.edu.au) or Jessica (jessica.buhne@sydney.edu.au).