Disability Aware: An awareness and inclusion program


Disability Aware is an engaging, interactive and extremely informative online course, packed with highly-relevant, up-to-the-minute information specifically developed by disability professionals. The program covers a wide range of essential topics designed to build skills, understanding, and confidence with the inclusion of people with disabilities.

Course Overview:
The program covers a wide range of essential topics designed to build skills, understanding, and confidence, including:
• Disability and diversity;
• The rights of people with disability;
• Different causes and types of disability;
• Communication tips and techniques;
• Stereotypes and misconceptions; and
• Strategies to help you feel confident to work inclusively with people with disability.

Fee Structure:

  • Individual access: $35.00 plus GST for 12 months
  • Volume discounts are available on application

Format Delivery:
e-Learning Module: Online (Duration: 60 minutes)
Date: 1 July 2019 – 30 June 2020
Target Audience: This course is suited to any organisation or industry type looking to enhance knowledge and skills to work inclusively and provide services to people with disability: employer, manager, colleague, volunteer, teacher, community worker or service provider.

Proudly distributed in partnership with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Training Alliance.

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