School leaver employment supports

School Leaver Employment Support (SLES) is specifically designed to help young individuals with disabilities transition from school to the workforce and can be instrumental in assisting you in finding a job. SLES programs aim to equip school leavers with the skills, confidence, and resources necessary to achieve meaningful and sustainable employment.

SLES programs help identify your strengths and interests, which can lead to better job matching and finding positions that align with your skills and passions. Through skill-building and support, SLES aims to foster your independence and self-confidence, making you more self-assured in pursuing job opportunities.

Here’s how SLES can help you find a job:

  • Skill Development: SLES programs offer a range of skill development activities, including vocational training, communication skills workshops, and job-specific training. These skills are essential for increasing your employability and readiness for the workforce.
  • Work Experience: SLES often provides opportunities for work experience or internships, allowing you to gain practical exposure to different industries and job roles. This experience not only adds to your resume but also helps you understand various work environments and requirements.
  • Job Placement Assistance: SLES can assist you in the job search process by connecting you with potential employers and job opportunities that align with your skills and interests. They may have established relationships with employers who value diversity and inclusivity in their hiring practices.
  • Resume and Interview Support: SLES programs offer guidance in resume writing, tailoring your resume to highlight your strengths and experiences. They also provide interview preparation, including mock interviews and feedback, to boost your confidence during real interviews.
  • Assistive Technology and Workplace Accommodations: SLES can help you identify any assistive technology or workplace accommodations you may require to perform job tasks effectively. This ensures that you can fully participate in the workforce without barriers.
  • Networking Opportunities: SLES often organizes networking events and connects you with professionals and employers within your chosen field of interest. Networking can lead to valuable connections and potential job opportunities.
  • Ongoing Support: SLES doesn’t end once you find a job. These programs may continue to provide ongoing support and guidance as you adjust to the new work environment and face any challenges that arise.

Get in touch to find out more about this service today.

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Key Community Group is a Registered NDIS Provider. We can help people who have a NDIS plan. Reach out and our team will be in touch.

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