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The Employability Program Course Overview
The EmployAbility online employment training program has been developed and is delivered by people with lived experience of physical disability. They understand that everybody’s journey will be different and there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to understanding the complexities of disability and looking for work.
The online employment training program covers a range of topics specific to people with physical disability, that will help develop your knowledge, skills and confidence when looking for work.
The EmployAbility Program
The EmployAbility program is an online job skills training program, specifically developed for people with physical disability who might need a bit more support on their journey to work.
Click on the read more button to watch a short introductory video of our EmployAbility Program.
EmployAbility – What is it?
Watch our latest webinar to find out a bit more about EmployAbility and how we support people with physical disability to find meaningful work.
Having the awareness to leverage her transferable skills as well as use her new lived experience of physical disability in a positive way, meant that Kate was able to explore a job that was completely different to anything she had known pre injury.
6 questions to ask yourself before you begin your job search journey.
Everyone’s journey to work is different, but It’s important to understand a be prepared for the journey ahead. Below are 6 key questions that you should ask yourself before you start your job search journey.
Prior to 2006, Cameron McMullen described himself as a “workaholic”, who spent up to 60 to 80 hours a week managing his own bread run. This all changed after he dived into a shallow wave and sustained a C5/6 spinal cord injury, which resulted in quadriplegia.
EmployAbility and IHG® Hotels & Resorts
Spinal Cord Injuries Australia’s employment service, EmployAbility and IHG Hotels & Resorts have announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to provide career opportunities for people with a disability across their hotel network, throughout Australia.
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