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The Workability Project aim is to increase young people with disabilities access to industry and employment outcomes. To support students and parents a Workability series was created with videos interviews with people with a lived experience and Q & A. Funded by Department of Education and Training Victoria

Funded by the Department of Education & Training Industry Engagement For Priority Cohorts Project

Workability Video Series

You can’t be what you can’t see!

The Workability Interviews series was created to give young people with disabilities, neurodiversity and mental health the access to role models sharing their experiences and knowledge to showcase what is possible.

Series One & Two

A series of 16 fun and informative videos provide students with disability, Neurodiverse and Mental Health and their families a chance to hear with people with lived experience as they share their employment and education experiences.

In each video, you will hear different tips and advice to help students learn about navigating self-advocacy, talking about your ability, workplace modifications and using your strengths.

You can access all the Videos for Free on Vimeo @ By Clicking here

Or a great video to start with is the chat with Kai.

Kai is an entrepreneurial young person with Dyslexia and Autism. Kai started making fidgets in 2017 at age 11 due to being teased at school for using colourful, kiddie like fidgets. Determined to find something suitable and stylish for himself, he turned to the metal! Soon enough, instead of being teased - he got requests for them! Kai, together with his parents, started going to markets with them, and it quickly became evident how significant the need was. The rest, as they say, is HISTORY.

Click here to Watch the Interview.

Workability Live and Free Webinar Services:

To support the work of schools and parents to improve employment outcomes of students a showcase of the lived experience of people with disabilities, neurodiversity and mental health was created. Along with sharing knowledge of local services to help people navigate local support and services. The webinars provide helpful information on ways to support young people to develop the skills and experience they need to succeed in the world of work.

These sessions were recorded and now can be accessed any time for Free via Vimeo.

There are five recorders you can watch:

Session One: What are NDIS and Employment Supports
Session Two: Self Advocacy
Session Three: Local Programs and Opportunities
Session Four: Education and Employment

Access the recordings of the sessions on Vimeo for Free @ By clicking here

Developed in partnership with
  • NDIS Brotherhood of St Lawrence
  • Brimbank City Council
  • City of Melton
  • Future Connect Local Learning Employment Network (LLEN)
  • Job Advocate Program
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