International Day of People With Disability: Flagstaff making a real difference

Job ready: If you have a disability and want to learn a new job and life skills that make you work ready, then book a personalised tour to meet the team at Flagstaff.

Job ready: If you have a disability and want to learn a new job and life skills that make you work ready, then book a personalised tour to meet the team at Flagstaff.

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Celebrating 50 years, The Flagstaff Group creates meaningful employment opportunities for people with a disability to develop life skills, personal development, independence and social skills.

Flagstaff has a big focus on vocational and personal development for people with disabilities of all ages, helping unlock people’s potential.

Recently seven employees completed the CareerAbility in Aged Care program with two participants offered traineeships with IRT Care.

Flagstaff CEO Roy Rogers said, “The participants were mentored through their training and gained valuable hands-on experience. All participants are continuing on to achieve a traineeship or complete their certificate in Aged Care.”

Flagstaff is big on providing work readiness skills and offers tailored training programs to meet the individual needs and goals of people with a disability.

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School Leaver Support is a two-year program designed to develop individual plans that identify and remove barriers to sustainable employment and prepares school leavers to transition into mainstream or supported employment. Students with a disability also gain a strong work ethic and an understanding of the skills required for employment.

Flagstaff’s Vocational Pathways Program is targeted to provide students, from years 10-12 who have a disability, access to work experience and vocational training in a supportive business environment.

All new employees starting at Flagstaff complete a Workskills program and they are able to offer training through their TAFE partners, which is a unique opportunity for people with a disability to gain a Nationally Recognised Vocational Qualification.

Book a personalised tour to meet their team, discuss positions available and your future goals.

Tours are held the first Wednesday of each month at 9am – call to book. Flagstaff is an NDIS approved provider, so they can help you through your transition to NDIS. Contact Flagstaff at 4272 0214, NDIS@flagstaffgroup.com.au or see www.flagstaffgroup.com.au

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