Helping people transition from study to work

The National Disability Coordination Officer Program is specially designed to help people with disability succeed in their chosen studies and move into suitable employment.

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

The program’s officers are experts at building relationships between local schools, tertiary education institutions, technical colleges and employment services.

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

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