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    Webinar : Developing a Visual Resume for Work

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    Developing a Visual Resume for Work webinar

    In this webinar, we will discuss alternative ways to share with potential employers what a young person can offer in experience, skills and strengths.

    This webinar will focus on visual resumes, an alternative to a traditional resume, and show what it is and how others have used it to help find meaningful paid employment in their community.

    The webinar covers the key concepts of Visual Resumes:

    • what a visual resume is and when it is used
    • the key components of a visual resume
    • considerations when developing a visual resume
    • examples of visual resumes
    • creating speaking notes to accompany the visual resume
    • how to get started crafting a visual resume of your own.

    The content of this webinar has been derived from the work of Marc Gold & Associates. The webinar will include family stories of what is possible and live Q&A. 

    Even if you are unable to attend on the day, everyone who registers will be sent a copy of the webinar recording after the event that will be available to view for 7 days.

    Download the PDF Flyer here. 

    Please find accessible flyer here (doc.)

    Who Should Attend?

    This webinar is for the families of secondary school students with disabilities. Supporters and allies are also welcome to attend.

    You will need access to:

    • A computer or iPad/tablet or smart phone with internet access
    • Speakers/sound

    *Before watching this webinar, we encourage you to watch the following presentation – Co-creating employment with Discovery - with Milton Tyree (

    We will be using the video meeting platform Zoom to host the webinar.

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

    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 three-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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