This study aimed to measure the longer term employment, social participation and independence outcomes of young people who participated in Ticket to Work. The study used a treatment and comparison group design.
Transitions to employment of Australian young people with disability and the Ticket to Work initiative
16 Feb 2016
The Transitions to Employment of Australian Young People with Disability and the Ticket to Work Initiative report is centred on an exploration of transition from school to work within the context of young people with disability. The report provides youth disability data, explores what factors and elements comprise ‘good transition’ for this cohort.
Ticket to Work – a best practice School-based Apprenticeship and Traineeship model for students with disability
14 Jan 2016
This Paper is both a literature review of strategies and approaches to apprenticeships and traineeships for people with a disability and recommendations for how to develop a best practice SbAT model for young people with disabilities. This Paper was written to assist the ‘Youth Disability Pathways Network (Inner Melbourne)’ stakeholders to initiate a pilot SbAT Program for young people with a disability and currently enrolled in local Special Schools. This program then evolved into Ticket to Work.