While as many as 1 in every 59 people is on the autism spectrum, 31.6% of working age autistic Australians are unemployed. This is more than three times the unemployment rate of people with disability and almost six times the rate of people without disability.
The webinar will:
It would be great if you can join us.
Date: Thursday, 27th September 2018
12.00pm – 1.00pm - ACT, NSW, TAS, VIC, QLD
10.00am –11.00am - WA
11.30am –12.30pm - NT, SA
Cost: Free - welcome to share the invitation
This webinar will have live captions and will be recorded. 60 minutes duration, FREE to participate.
Please advise if you would like AUSLAN.
Presenter: Vicky Little – Specialisterne Australia
Vicky is a passionate disability consultant, trainer and mentor with over 12 years’ experience in the field of autism employment in Australia and the UK. Her experience includes establishing and delivering autism specific recruitment programs, training employers and higher education institutes and establishing NSW’s first autism specific employment service, Aspect Capable. Specialisterne assists organisations to access, embrace and integrate skilled autistic individuals into the workplace through alternative recruitment pathways and autism education. Vicky is passionate about enabling employers to tap into the skills and strengths of autistic individuals and empowering workplaces to embrace inclusion and neurodiversity.
Link and registrations: http://unsw.to/diversity
About the event:
Diversity Showcase is a UNSW Careers and Employment event aiming to showcase Equity, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives at UNSW, and connect UNSW staff, students, academics, alumni and industry experts across all diversity dimensions.
The day will include:
Conferences, Mentoring & Development Programs & Free Networking Opportunities
YPWA's priority is to provide great value events and opportunities for their community at a low cost to ensure accessibility for all to invest in their own development and live a life filled with choices and fulfilment. Please visit YPWA's event page for further information.