Disability

Working in the Disability Sector
Nov
29

It is never too late! Changing careers at 30, 40, 50+

Do you feel like you’re not progressing in your current career? Feeling unfulfilled? Just want a change but worried it is too late? A growing number of Australians are switching tracks and pursuing a change of careers at all ages. Why? There are lots of reasons why people switch. Many workers switch tracks for better [...]
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Sep
14

Are you looking to join the workforce?

Research shows that students who did a VET course during school are more likely to be employed full-time or permanently, five years after their studies. If you want to join the workforce, why not consider taking a VET course? With more funding and government subsidies put towards vocational education, a VET course might get you [...]
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Sep
08

Get closer to PR with Workforce Skills Pathway

The Victorian government recently announced a new Workforce Skills pathway for Visa subclass 190 & 491 under their nomination program. This opens up opportunities to candidates with occupations that are in high demand but would normally not meet Victoria's requirements. Why would I do this? Due to COVID-19, certain industries in Australia have a higher need [...]
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Aug
26

Aged care sector in urgent need of new workers

If you have ever considered working as a carer for some of Australia’s most vulnerable citizens, it may be time to act. According to worldwide trends, now more than ever is the time to start a career in aged care. The aged care sector is currently facing a high demand for skilled workers. The June [...]
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Jul
05

A Day in the Life of a Disability Support Worker

The life of a disability support worker varies from day to day. A Support Worker works alongside people with numerous disabilities, as they create a fulfilling life for themselves. This covers all areas of life, from taking care of themselves to managing money and using public transport.

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Jul
04

Working in the Disability Sector

Working in the disability sector is very different from your average nine to five desk job. There are many rewards and challenges, and no two days are the same. However, as a disability support worker, you have the opportunity to help improve the quality of life for others.

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