Student & School Leaver Employment Support.
Providing choice and opportunity for students living with a health condition, injury or disability as they prepare for life and work outside of school.
NDIS School Leaver Employment Supports
School Leaver Employment Supports are available to eligible students in their final year of school and those who have recently left school under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
We work one-on-one with students to plan, prepare and build the skills and confidence needed to transition smoothly into employment or further training and education after school.
Plan & Prepare
Identify Key Strengths & Goals
Build Capacity & Confidence
Job Readiness Skills
Work Experience & Placement
Eligible School Leavers
Our Disability Employment Service helps school leavers and young jobseekers living with a health condition, injury or disability to find and secure employment.
This includes young people living with diagnosed depression, anxiety or other health conditions that may be providing barriers and difficulties in their job search.
Identify your Strengths & Skills
Address Challenges & Barriers
Tailor a Job Search Plan
Resume & Interview Support
Job Search Support
On the Job Support
Am I eligible?
School Leaver Employment Support (SLES)
To be eligible for our SLES supports you need to be an NDIS participant with School Leaver Employment Support or Finding or Keeping a Job in your plan. If you don’t have this in your NDIS plan, you can request that it be added by contacting your NDIS Local Area Coordinator.
Disability Employment Service (DES)
To be eligible for DES you need to identify as having a health condition, injury or disability that impacts your ability to find work AND currently, or soon to be a recipient of a Centrelink benefit.
If you are an NDIS participant and looking for work, you are also automatically eligible for DES.
Enquire now to get started.
available from 8:30am – 5:00pm
CHESS Connect are Registered NDIS Service Providers. Our DES services delivered in partnership with CoAct Employment & the Department of Human Services