Inclusive Career Development Project
Inclusive Career Development project aimed to support and build the capacity of schools to implement evidence-based and effective, school to work transition and career development for students with disability. Part of the project was developing an Inclusive Careers Benchmarking Tool.
The project is a partnership between the Brotherhood of St Laurence, the Australian Centre for Career Education (ACCE) and the University of Newcastle and supported by Gandel Foundation.
The Inclusive Careers Benchmarking Tool
The Inclusive Careers Benchmarking Tool is to be used by school career/ transition specialists and school leadership teams to assess themselves against international policy and practice in Career and Pathway planning.
The Tool is designed to support schools in building inclusive practices in Career Development when working with students with disability, with the aim of improving their career development journey and transition into post school pathways.
Inclusive Careers Benchmarking Tool here
For more information watch our video on the project and listen to our podcast narrated by previous Ticket to Work participant Jack.
USA experience and reform of career and transition support for high school students with disability webinar for career week 2023.
As part of the project, we invited Sara Murphy from Transcen a non-profit organisation based in the USA to present for career week 2023. Sara Murphy is a career and transition specialist and has presented on the reforms and practice happening in the USA to support students with disability to achieve their career goals and aspirations.
Resources mentioned in the presentation include:
- Elevator Speech
- Positive Personal Profile Template
- Deficit List wblanks
- Stephen's Profile
- Worklink Volunteer Program
For more information contact Michelle Wakeford at firstname.lastname@example.org