Help with moving from study into work

Are you preparing to move from high school to university or into specialist training? Are you almost finished tertiary studies and looking to join the workforce?

The National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO) Program can help.

The program is specially designed to help people with disability succeed in their chosen studies and move into suitable employment.

The program’s officers can help you find out more about your post-school options. They can support you to participate in education or training. They can also guide you into the sort of career you’ve trained for at university or a technical college.

The officers are experts at building relationships between local schools, tertiary education institutions, and employment services. This can open up access to jobs for people with disability, and give you a smooth path between study and work.

Speak to a JobAccess Adviser to find a National Disability Coordination Officer near you.

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