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A training package that promotes independence when using technology to complete online application forms. Package includes a Trainer Guide, Student Workbook and Training Sessions that can be conducted at your workplace. Produced by Sandybeach Centre.

A training kit designed for people from ESL and CALD backgrounds that takes you through all the things you need to know if you want to become a volunteer. It includes a comprehensive 5 unit Student Workbook, PowerPoint slideshow and audio files. Produced by AMES Australia.

A resource kit with information, modules, video links and activities targeted towards school leavers with a disability who want to prepare for work experience. Produced by the Department of Education and Training. 

A student workbook that has activities and worksheets that take the student through 10 steps to prepare them for a job interview. From brainstorming, to resume writing, to what to wear and how to travel to the interview. Designed for people with intellectual disability. Produced by Sandybeach Centre.

An infographic detailing where to start and why it's good to volunteer. Produced by Volunteering Victoria.

A guide to managing volunteers from a CALD background.  Produced by Volunteering Victoria.

A series of training modules that are designed to help people with disability learn about self-advocacy, fitting in, making friends. Produced by Gawith Villa and Deakin University.

A comprehensive list of disability specific training and resource options available for Training Providers to use when providing learning materials and information to people with disability. Produced by ACE Disability Network.

A guide to supporting volunteering for and amongst people with a disability. This project helps organisations to achieve good practice. Produced by Inclusion Melbourne.

A 20 page booklet that introduces inclusive volunteering and provides helpful tips for creating opportunities in the local community that will benefit everyone involved. Produced by Inclusion Melbourne.

Clear Written Communications style guide developed by Scope to help you create Easy English documents for people with low English literacy.

Download a font that makes it easier to read online information if you have trouble reading because of symptoms of dyslexia. It is intended to address: contrast/blindness, letter confusion or rotation, and crowding.

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