Micro-Enterprise Development Training
Do you or someone you support have a disability and want to get meaningful employment? Would you like to find out how to start your own business, or support someone start their own? Would you like to see what is possible through NDIS support, even before school finishes?
Micro-Enterprise Development Training supports people with disability to explore/discover and develop their own micro-enterprise or small business. It is a tried, tested and award-winning program that offers real choice and control to its participants. Micro-enterprise is a relatively untapped but legitimate and often successful employment option. It is a business that operates on a small scale, filling a niche in the market place and can be a business within a business, established around an individual’s interests and hobbies.
This full-day, interactive training session will provide people with disability, family members, support providers and school support staff the tools, resources and knowledge to support all people with disability who want to work and participate meaningfully in the community.
For more information, contact Renae Hartmann on 0407 718 679 or at , or Gaelen Williams on 0415 999 707 or at .
Date: 14 February 2019
Location: NDS offices - Level 6, 369 Royal Parade, Parkville
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pmCost:
-NDS Members: $370.34