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e-Learning

Welcome to a series of training developed by the National Disability Co-ordination Officer (NDCO) Program and Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) to explore ‘disability’.

We currently have two categories of e-Learning available. The first is aimed at individuals and focuses on promoting an awareness of disability and the impact that societal attitudes and inherent stigma and discrimination have on the lives of people with disability. The second Category is designed specifically for staff and educators who work in the VET Sector.

We are also delighted to announce that we now have files for Introduction to Disability available to purchase for organisations Learning Management Systems. You can find more information here.

Hear from Alastair McEwin, former Australian Disability Discrimination Commissioner, about why it is important to take the time to learn about the issues that people with disability experience. Alastair McEwin is currently a Commissioner at the Disability Royal Commission.

e-Learning Program Sets

Female using sign language

Disability Awareness

These programs focus on promoting an awareness of disability within workplaces, education and communities.

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Male student talking with female student sitting on powered wheelchair at university campus

External Support Workers

This program focuses on orientation to the roles and responsibilities of external support workers who provide support to students with disability in tertiary settings.

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Disabled young man with an artificial leg is working at the furniture factory

VET Sector (Staff and Educators)

These programs are specific to VET Educators and Staff and focus on supporting students within the VET Sector.

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**The links contained within the website are provided to assist you in pursuing your interest in particular disability topics. By providing these links, the NDCO Program and ADCET do not endorse or take responsibility for the information contained on the organisation’s websites. You are encouraged to make your own enquiries with these organisations, or organisations in your local area or state, if you have any specific questions.