Sky News: Ticket to Work program supporting young people with disability to find work

Sky News broadcast a segment on Ticket to Work – NDS’s school-to-work initiative for young people with disability – featuring NDS Chief Executive Ken Baker and Julian McAlpine, a Year 11 student and canteen worker. News host Ahron Young spoke to Ken and Julian about the importance of the school-to-work transition for young people with […]

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1,000 jobs for young people with disability

  Over 1,000 young people with disability have found work thanks to Ticket to Work Networks. Ticket to Work links schools, employment services and employers to young jobseekers with disability allowing them to focus on their employment dreams in a safe and supportive environment. Ticket to Work participant Nomaan said “If I think about where […]

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Ticket to Work News- September 2017

  Bringing you all the latest news and updates on the National Ticket to Work Initiative. Ticket to Work Newsletter

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Ticket to Work Results 2014-2017

Ticket to Work Networks have created over a 1000 employment opportunities for young people with significant disability since Ticket to Work went National in 2014. Here is a breakdown of our data: Ticket to Work 2014-(June) 2017 

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International exposure for Ticket to Work

National Disability Services (NDS) recently presented at two International Conferences on Ticket to Work and how improving outcomes for people with disability through the Vocational Education and Training system can lead to work opportunities. Read full article here: International Exposure for Ticket to Work  

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Ticket to Work News- May 2017

Ticket to Work News May 2017 Welcome to our Ticket to Work newsletter. We randomly put out a newsletter to share our resources, achievements and information to ensure that all young people with disability are able to take an employment pathway.                          

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Increasing career opportunities through partnerships

Bega Valley business chambers, schools, career services and other supporters met recently to create a Ticket to Work network, increasing career options for young people with a disability. Led by WorkAbility, the South East NSW Ticket to Work Partnership Network’s informal and formal partners include Australian Apprenticeship Centres, TAFE, South Coast College, Bega Valley Shire Council, […]

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WA Employment Pilot: A case study with Inclusion

This month, NDS sat down with Jessica De Masi, Coordinator at Inclusion WA, to talk about the organisation’s involvement in a pilot that aims to give students the best opportunity to start their post-school lives with employment. This pilot is founded on the belief that all people who wish to work can, if they are […]

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Ticket to Work results for 2014-2016

Since Ticket to Work went National at the beginning of 2014, Ticket to Work networks have created thousands of opportunities for young people with significant disability. We have shown that when given the right opportunity and support young people with significant disability can achieve. Here is the breakdown of all our data from 2014-2016 Ticket to […]

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How to create successful post school employment outcomes for students with disability

This document was created to assist when exploring post school open employment options. The document has three sections that look at sector collaboration, build capacity and supported skills development and activities.  How to create successful post school employment outcomes for students with disability      

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