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Member Webinar: Q and A with Minister Bill Shorten

NDS CEO Laurie Leigh asks Minister Shorten burning questions submitted by members. Questions covered workforce, SIL, employment, unregistered providers, funding plan cuts, over 65 eligibility, and more.

Work Health and Safety - New harmonised laws for WA

Work Health and Safety legislation in Western Australia has been harmonised with the rest of the country. This 40-minute video tells you everything you need to know. 

Tasmania Disability Interface Meeting 23 June 2022

This resource includes a recording of the Interface meeting on 23 June to discuss the cessation of the Emergency Public Order on 30 June.

Ticket to Work

Ticket to Work

Please Note: From 1 January 2022, the Ticket to Work program has moved to a new home. Please refer to the Ticket To Work website for more information, or contact us via the contact details at the bottom of this page.

Ticket to Work takes a partnership approach to improving employment outcomes of young people with disability.

What are the key benefits?

  • Ticket to Work is an NDS initiative that works to improve employment outcomes for young people with disability.
  • Ticket to Work is preparing students with disability for the world of work through a collaborative approach.
  • Local Ticket to Work Networks are operating across Australia.
  • Since 2014, Ticket to Work Networks have supported over 1,600 young people into after school work, School based Traineeships and Apprenticeships.

Who is this resource for?

Ticket to Work promotes local partnerships to create better post-school social and economic outcomes.

The following case study video is valuable for employers, employment consultants / DES providers, schools, young people and their families. It is also a great story for the broader disability sector showcasing how connecting a student with disability to the world of work through a collaborative approach can have a positive impact for all involved. Visit the Ticket To Work website for more stories.

Meet Danielle

Further Information

The National Ticket to Work team:

  • Supports the Ticket to Work networks to implement evidence based good practice
  • Offers resources and learning materials to support Local Ticket to Work Networks
  • Connects Local Ticket to Work Networks to share ideas, innovation and support
  • Undertakes a range of evaluation and research
  • Advocates on behalf of members with government and peak bodies

Visit the Ticket to Work website

Contact information
For more information contact Kerrie Langford, Head of Employment and ACT Manager, show phone number, submit enquiry/feedback

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