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Learn from a recent case study on a consultation and workshop process aimed at improving partnerships with employment services in regional Victoria.

According to the NDIS Longitudinal Research Study, commissioned by the Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria) and conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs, some areas of Victoria will need to almost double their disability workforce to meet the needs of participants.

Despite the care sector being one of the biggest employers in regional Victoria, there are limited connections between local employment services (Jobactives and Disability Employment Services) and disability service providers. Improving these links could contribute to addressing disability workforce shortages.

This recent case study details a consultation and workshop process aimed at improving partnerships with employment services in regional Victoria.

Disability Workforce Success Stories

Connecting disability employers and employment services

Attracting and retaining workers in regional Victoria

More men in the disability workforce

More youth in the disability workforce

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the disability workforce

Towards a culturally and linguistically diverse disability workforce

Contact information

For more information contact Dianne Hardy, Disability Workforce Innovation Project Lead, 0436 820 088, submit enquiry/feedback