Start: Thu 14 Jan, 2021 11:45End: Thu 14 Jan, 2021 13:00
A School To Work Webinar for Students in Years 7 and 8
Have you thought about what your son or daughter with disability will do when they finish school?
The School to Work series of free webinars and workshops aims to inspire, increase the confidence of, and motivate students with disability and their families about work.
This is an introductory webinar designed specifically for students with disability in Years 7 and 8 and their families. Additional free webinars and workshops will be held in 2021.
About this Webinar
This webinar will build on the information provided in our November 2020 webinar. One week before the webinar, everyone who registers will receive a link to the recording of the November session. We encourage you to watch this recording, and then to join us live on the 14th to receive:
- Additional insights into imagining work for students in Years 7 and 8
- An opportunity to ask questions
In this webinar you will learn about:
- Planning and crafting a vision for employment
- Having a positive mindset and focus on strengths
- Bringing people in to help you get started
The virtual doors will be open from 11:45 AM and the webinar will begin promptly at 12:00 PM.
Will There Be A Replay?
Yes, a replay will be available, but only to people who register. The replay will be available for seven days, so you can watch or rewatch the webinar at your convenience.
This webinar will not be added to the publicly-available resources on our website.
Not Located in the ACT?
You are very welcome to register for this event, no matter where you are located. Please note that some information in these webinars may be specific to the Australian Capital Territory. You might also be interested in the webinars run by our partner organisations:
- Webinars run by Resourcing Inclusive Communities (An initiative of Family Advocacy) in New South Wales
- Webinars run by CRU (Community Resource Unit) in Queensland
This project is being provided as part of the Community Inclusion Capacity Development program through The Department of Social Services.