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    A guide to the tables for the assessment of work-related impairment for disability support pension

    This Guide provides some enhancements to the presentation of the Tables for the Assessment of Work-Related Impairment for Disability Support Pension (1997) (referred to as the Tables) in order to improve its user-friendliness. The Guide has not altered the contents of the Tables themselves as they form Schedule 1B of the Social Security Act 1991, and such amendments can only be enacted through Parliament.

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    AHRC: Disability Rights - Employment

    This Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) page provides a convenient entry point for resources on equal employment opportunity and disability which exist in various areas of the Commission's site, as well as links to resources from other organisations and a link to the National inquiry on employment and disability - WORKability 2: SOLUTIONS.

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    Adzuna (was MyCareer) lists vacancies, information on job hunting skills, training and development and a resume builder.

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    An Australian study of graduate outcomes for disadvantaged students

    The study provides critical insights into how access to higher education does, or does not, lead to improvements in post-graduation equity. The study reveals that outcomes are not equal for all students and that higher education disadvantage persists for many students after they have completed their studies. Whilst the specific findings relate to the Australian university sector the broader discussion of the article is relevant to higher education policy more generally, especially in terms of how governments align institutional processes to measure and scrutinise achievement in relation to public policy objectives. (Journal of Further and Higher Education. Published online: 20 Jul 2017)

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    Assistive Technology in the Workplace

    This NDCO (Gary Kerridge) developed booklet provides information about technology that can be used in the workplace by people with disability.

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    Australian Disability Enterprises

    Australian Disability Enterprises enable people with disability to engage in a wide variety of work tasks such as packaging, assembly, production, recycling, screen printing, plant nursery, garden maintenance and landscaping, cleaning services, laundry services and food services.

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    Australian Govt: Department of Education Graduate Programme

    The Department of Education offers career opportunities for university graduates through an annual Graduate Programme.

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    Australian Network on Disability (AND)

    The Australian Network on Disability creates opportunities of mutual benefit for people with disability and organisations. Facilitates an employer network on disability for mutual learning and information sharing. Helps organisations become compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act. Assists businesses to implement the Charter for the Employment of People with Disability.

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    Australian Public Service: employment of people with disability

    The APS encourages and values diversity by supporting workplace cultures based on fair and equitable treatment of employees. Supporting the employment of people with disability is a key focus of the APS commitment to workplace diversity.

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    Book: The Wonderful World of Work

    Resource about employment aimed at young people on the Autism Spectrum. It includes helpful information around time-management and organisational skills, and advice on what options are available after school and tertiary study. (Jeanette Purkis (2014).

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