Join us for an interactive, 2 part workshop to find work experience and meaningful, paid work for your secondary school student with disability.
We can't come to your home town, so we're coming to you online.
In 2 x 2.5 hour online workshops, you'll
What is School to work?
School to Work aims to inspire and equip students with disability, through the support of families, to seek meaningful, paid employment in the community.
Who is this workshop for?
Parents, family members, educators and allies of students with disability at secondary school.
Family guest speaker - Annette Bush
Annette lives on the Mid North Coast with her family and is a parent to five children, including her son Jacob. For 18 years Annette has been connected to Family Advocacy in various ways, including as a Family Leader, where she provided her insights and experiences in supporting Jacob to navigate work experience through the school years and then into employment in their local community.
$35 for students and families
$50 for professionals
No. This is a comprehensive workshop that is normally presented over a full day.
This 2 part workshop has a lot of new information, resources and activities that cannot be covered in the 1 hour School to Work webinar.
The 2 part workshop will include hands-on activities to:
The 2 part workshop also includes a resource booklet to complete during the workshop.
Yes. The workshop will include 'breakout rooms' to talk with other parents, brainstorm ideas and share your experiences of finding work for your secondary student with disability.
Yes. You don't need to have your camera on, and you can come and go as you please. We understand that there can be lots of things to juggle at the moment.
Yes. We recommend you attend both parts because they cover different topics.
Yes, a replay will be available, but only to people who register. The replay will be available for 14 days, so you can watch or rewatch the webinar at your convenience.
You are very welcome to register for this event, no matter where you are. Please note that some information may be specific to NSW. You might also be interested in the webinars run by our partner organisations: