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    Employment Supporters: Securing the Right Match

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    About the Workshop:

    Finding the right support is an essential element in ensuring a person with disability achieves success at work. In this webinar we’ll share approaches, strategies and tips for family and allies, to take on an individualised approach to support.

    The webinar will cover:

    • Finding the right match
    • Role of the job coach
    • Characteristics of a good job coach
    • Steps in finding the right support
    • Supporting the job coach in their role

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      Download the Accessible flyer here (word doc)

      Date: Thursday 2nd May 2024 
      RSVP: Wednesday 1st May 2024


      Who Should Attend?

      Families, professionals and service providers who want to support the person with disability in their life into meaningful employment in the community. Employers who have hired (or are considering hiring) a person with disability.

      What do I need to participate?
      We will be using the video meeting platform Zoom to host the webinar.

      You will need access to:

      • a computer or iPad/tablet or smart phone with internet access;
      • speakers/sound

      Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your ability to participate. 

      If unable to attend live, as long as you are registered you will receive the link to the recording to watch at a convenient time in the 7 days following the webinar. 


      This webinar is fully subsidised as part of the Community Inclusion Capacity Development program through the Department of Social Services.

      About CRU:


      For over 35 years, Community Resource Unit has been working across Queensland to help people with disability take control of their lives and take their place in their community.

      CRU (QLD), Resourcing Inclusive Communities, an initiative of Family Advocacy (NSW) and Imagine More (ACT) are working together on a four-year project called School To Work.

      School To Work aims to inspire, increase confidence and motivate students with disability to seek and find meaningful employment with the help and support of their family and community.







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