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Region 13: Eastern Metropolitan Melbourne
City of Stonnington, Boroondara, Manningham, Whitehorse, Knox, Monash, Maroondah and Shire of Yarra Ranges
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Knoxbrooke SLES – Achieve
• Multiple locations
• Easy public transport access
• 2 year program*
• Clear pathways
• Knoxbrooke operates 4 socialenterprises (employment)
program could be:
• Social enterprise employment
• Community connections
• Further education (TAFE)
Call us on 1300 KNOXBROOKE
to find out more or visit
Back to Basics – Career Planning and Information for People with disabilities
for people with Disability
Friday 21st July 2017 1pm – 6pm
Whitehorse Centre, 397 Whitehorse Road Nunawading
How can you turn this into an education or career pathway?
and supports in the Eastern Region of Melbourne
Maureen D’Arcy : Metro Access Officer
Phone: 9262 6516
As an Education or Employment Disability service or support provider , we invite you to participate in this FREE information and Career Pathway event.
The aim of this event is to support individuals to identify strengths and interests and develop a career plan by providing tools information and the opportunity to engage with services and supports, ask questions and create links through each transition.
To Register as an exhibitor contact:
Rayce Coyte – NDCO Eastern Region Melbourne Metro
firstname.lastname@example.org Ph : 96862354 M : 0422 274 121
Youth Employment Forum
Youth Employment Forum:
Business Benefits to Employing Young People
Who Should Attend?
Employers seeking information or assistance in the employment of young people for their workforce
You will gain:
• Insights into how employing young people and increasing
diversity in the workplace can enhance your business
• Knowledge of the benefits and incentives of employing
• Information about wage subsidies
Guest Speakers include:
Daniela Ascone (Managing Director of Thinq Group) will outline the benefits of employing youth for sustainable employment outcomes
NDRC (National Disability Recruitment Coordinator) will provide information on the benefits and incentives of employing people with disability and assistance available in recruiting and supporting young people
IMVC (a not for profit youth organisation) will provide an introduction on “Transition to Work”, an employment service that provides assistance in recruiting and supporting young people in employment
When: Thursday 9 June 2016
Venue: Victoria University Convention Centre
300 Flinders Street, Melbourne
8.00am – 8.20am: Arrival & registration
8.20am – 10.00am: Introduction & Guest Speakers
Parking: Secure parking is available at 300 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Catering: A light breakfast will be provided
RSVP by Friday 27 May 2016
Register your free attendance by emailing:
Please include your full name, organisation details and any dietary requirements
For any queries contact:
Laura Notman, Employment Broker
P: 03 9686 2354
Eastern Youth Disability Strategy (2015 – 2020).
The NDCO for the Eastern Region of Melbourne has released the Eastern Youth Disability Strategy (2015 – 2020).
The Strategy was developed following consultation across the eastern region via an online survey and focus groups. A Reference Group also provided feedback on the draft Strategy, which guided the completion of the final version.
The Strategy works towards increased stakeholder collaboration to strengthen education, training and employment pathways so that young people with disability (ages 15 – 25 years) are well equipped to enter supportive and sustainable employment. Stakeholders include young people with disability, secondary schools, families, tertiary providers, community and disability support services, Government bodies and Employment Service providers.
The Strategy will guide the future work of the NDCO across the region. It is also hoped that this document will influence stakeholder activity and practice across the region for young people with disability.
We appreciate all the generous and valuable contributions stakeholders made throughout the development of the Strategy.
To request a copy of the strategy please email Effie Kapsalos at: EKapsalos@IMVC.com.au.
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