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school, work experiences, part-time work and transition to work

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Agree neutral disagree


26% 55% Agree neutral disagree

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lacs & ndis planners better informed

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automatic entry into des utilise des experience

57%

concurrent des and sles

56% 50%

review current employment supports

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remove 8 hour benchmark

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From left: Lisa Smith, David Coles, ThÊrèse Campbell, Stephen Moore and Tracey Fraser. Not pictured: Michael Dobbie.


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overall satisfaction

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networking

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Helen worked with DEA from 2012 to 2019

Appointed Board Member

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It’s time! DEA’s new DES Essentials training package is ready. DEA has partnered with alffie, a registered training organisation, to create a comprehensive online training package delivered across five modules that include: Audiovisual learning material

Assessment activities

Face-to-face training is also available as an add-on to the online training package. The new DES Essentials training package will assist your organisation to: Develop a best practice, person-centred approach to service delivery Strengthen staff focus and capability Ensure consistent and robust staff training Enhance the skills and knowledge available within the organisation Deliver DES’ core objectives Improve community and employer engagement Increase outcomes. Topics covered include: Australia’s disability and employment landscape

DES principles and objectives

DES best practice

Legislation and regulations

DES performance framework and quality assurance

Participant, employer and community engagement

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Disability Employment Australia

DisabilityEmployment

disabilityemployment.org.au 03 9012 6000

Level 4, 140 Bourke St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 | Phone: 03 9012 6000 | Email: info@disabilityemployment.org.au

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