‘Ticket to Work’ – A best practice School-based Apprenticeship and Traineeship model for students with disability

This Paper is both a literature review of strategies and approaches to apprenticeships and traineeships for people with a disability and recommendations for how to develop a best practice SBAT model for young people with disabilities. This Paper was written to assist the ‘Youth Disability Pathways Network (Inner Melbourne)’ stakeholders to initiate a pilot SBAT Program for young people with a disability and currently enrolled in local Special Schools.  This program then evolved into Ticket to Work.

Authors: Department of Human Services, Southern Region (Michelle Wakeford) and BGK LLEN (Fiona Waugh)

Release Date: November 2010

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