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    Consultation: Inclusion of People with Disability in VET

    PwC’s Skills for Australia has been commissioned to investigate how Australia’s VET system can be improved to build the capability of educators and employers to better support people with disability.

     

    Consultation is being sought of interested employers, industry representatives, employees, teachers, trainers, recruiters, learners, and others who are passionate about improving the Vocational Education and Training outcomes of people with disability.

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    National Disability Conference Initiative 2018-19

    The Australian Government is inviting applications through an open process to apply for the Disability, Mental Health and Carers Program – Disability and Carer Support - National Disability Conference Initiative. The initiative provides funding of up to $10,000 for disability-related conferences with a national focus planned for the 2018-19 year.

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    PhD Scholarship with OTARC

    The Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre (OTARC) is offering a 3-year full-time Postgraduate Research Scholarship, funded by the Autism Cooperative Research Centre, to a highly motivated student to study factors (e.g. educational/vocational, wellbeing, and mental health) associated with transition from school to adulthood in individuals on the autism spectrum. It is worth $26,682 per year over 3 years.

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    MOOC: Digital Accessibility. Enabling Participation in the Information Society

    This course, developed by the University of Southampton,  will help you to understand how those with sensory, physical and cognitive impairments may be disabled by barriers encountered when using digital technologies. The course will highlight how the use of accessible and inclusive design can help overcome many of these difficulties. This course commences 9 October, 2017.

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    MOOC: Inclusive Online Course Design

    This course, run by Blackboard, aims to increase awareness around best practices that support more inclusive learning environments.  Participants will learn how to deliver more accessible online courses and content to their students. Today, institutions need to understand how their online courses and content measure up in terms of accessibility standards, regardless of the LMS in use. Building instructor awareness is a big part of that, and as more instructors gain more insight and understanding, they can identify opportunities to improve the accessibility of their own courses and content.

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    ADCET Newsletter - September 2017

    Upcoming  webinar, webinar recordings, latest news and upcoming events. read more >>

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    ASD Assessment: National guideline draft for community consultation

    The diagnostic process for children, adolescents and adults referred for assessment of autism spectrum disorder in Australia: National guideline draft for community consultation.  This guideline outlines a step-by-step process for conducting an ASD assessment from the time of referral until the assessment results are shared in a written report. The 76 recommendations included in the guideline were based on the strength of identified research evidence and feedback from the consultative activities. Each recommendation has a corresponding Evidence Table that presents the research evidence and consultative feedback on which the recommendation was based.

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    ADCET Newsletter - August 2017

    Latest disability practice in the spotlight, next webinar, latest news and upcoming events. read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter - July 2017

    New content added, latest news and upcoming events. read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter - June 2017

    Latest webinar, news and upcoming events. read more >>

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