This page includes information on supporting students with disabilities in their career and pathway planning.
For students supported under the Program for Students with Disabilities, a strengthened approach is recommended.
Strengthened career education guides
These guides include:
- advice on careers and transition planning for students with disabilities
- information about strengthened career planning in schools
- the broad range of options available to students when they leave school.
Teachers and career practitioners guide (docx - 1.05mb)
Student guide (docx - 74.26kb)
Parents and carers guide (docx - 597.92kb)
Strengthened career planning
The strengthened career planning resource is a planning document designed to:
- translate a student’s dreams and aspirations into specific learning goals
- identify relevant work experience opportunities
- give a snapshot of a student’s work-related and employability skills at a point in time.
This helps students, their parents and teachers engage in career conversations about what the student can do, their strengths, and readiness for work.
Strengthened career planning: pathways from school for students (docx - 330.11kb)
Engaging Parents in Career Conversations (EPiCC)
Engaging Parents in Career Conversations Framework includes customised resources to help schools work with parents to ensure that students with disabilities are empowered with positive career messages both at school and at home.
Workplace learning resources
Workplace learning: resources that enable schools to manage and run workplace learning programs for secondary school students.
A Job Well Done: gives students with a disability a general awareness of occupational health and safety before their work experience placements.