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    QILT Quality Indicators for Leaning and Teaching - Graduate Employment

    Information on the ComparED website about graduate employment outcomes is sourced from the Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS).

    The GOS is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment and since 2016 has been administered annually by the Social Research Centre.

    The GOS is completed by graduates of Australian higher education institutions approximately four months after completion of their courses. It provides information on the labour market outcomes and further study activities of graduates.

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    Skills for All - South Australia

    Skills for All is a South Australian government initiative that helps more people to start training, complete that training and gain employment.

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    Stepping Into ...

    Stepping Into is a paid internship program designed specifically for university students with disability. The program is one of mutual benefit for both employers and the students.

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    The Accessible Recruitment Guide: A Practical Resource for HR and Recruiters

    The Accessible Recruitment Guide was created by Media Access Australia to provide practical ‘real world’ guidance on how best to address accessibility-related issues in recruitment and human resources management.

    As a Guide to getting started and best practice, this accessible recruitment resource is designed to assist HR managers, recruitment specialists and hiring managers, along with diversity & equity teams, in regards to what can be done to help make the hiring process fully accessible on the web and in digital environments. What’s more, the benefits of accessibility also flow on to increased staff satisfaction as well as personnel retention.

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    Ticket to Work: Employment opportunities for young people with disability.

    Ticket to Work creates employment opportunities for young people with disability across Australia by preparing students for the workplace and giving them an employment pathway that will ensure they move into a successful life beyond school.

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    Toozly: job search website for jobseekers with disability

    Toozly connects jobseekers with disability to employment opportunities.

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    University Specialist Employment Partnerships (USEP)

    University Specialist Employment Partnerships (USEP) is an NDCO driven pilot project to place an employment consultant on University campuses, supporting graduates with disability to find a career.  This includes linkages with employers, assistance with disclosure of disability and negotiation of adjustments, assistance with applications, brokerage of work experience and internships as required.  It is available in a limited fashion while in trial phase.  We welcome expressions of interest from students outside of trial locations to give us an indication of where this type of service may be in demand.

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    Vision Australia: The 2012 Employment Report

    In 2007 Vision Australia undertook a study on the issues facing people who are blind or have low vision with regards to their employment status. This 2012 report aims at continuing this analysis by comparing and updating findings from the 2007 report. Where possible this report will make comparisons with the 2007 report.

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    Volunteering Australia

    Volunteering Australia is the national peak body for volunteering, working to advance volunteering in the community.  The website enables you to search for volunteering opportunities in your local area.

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    Webinar: Introduction to JobAccess

    This webinar highlighted the extensive range of resources, information and support provided by JobAccess it also focused on the Employment Assistance Fund (EAF) and how to apply and showcased case studies of JobAccess in action.