myWAY Employability – Free supporter training in November

Published
26 Oct 2020. Updated 13 Nov 2020.

One final session of myWAY Employability training in 2020 is now available. 

Register now 

We are now planning to run more sessions in 2021. If you’d like to be notified when the 2021 sessions are announced, please register your details via the link below.

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2020 Training sessions

Join Associate Professor Marina Ciccarelli and the myWAY Employability team in an online training session to learn how to use myWAY Employability transition and career planner with autistic young people aged 14-30.

  • Thursday 19 November, 1pm - 2:30pm AEST

The free 90-minute live and interactive webinar will provide information about:

  • the research and evidence behind myWAY Employability and strengths-based career planning;
  • components of the online resources and strategies to support autistic individuals to build a customised profile and goals to plan for future career pathways;
  • the role of the support team and how myWAY supports team communication, action-oriented meetings, and review of progress towards goals; and
  • shared experiences among participants.

Who should attend?

  • Disability Employment Service providers
  • Disability Service providers and workers
  • Health and allied health professionals
  • Parents and carers of autistic young people on the autism spectrum aged 14-30
  • Others who support autistic young people in career planning and work exploration

When?

The same 90-minute training webinar will run on Thursday 19 November, 1pm - 2:30pm AEST

Register now 

We are now planning to run more sessions in 2021. If you’d like to be notified when the 2021 sessions are announced, please register your details via the link below.

Keep me informed 

About myWAY Employability

Almost one third of autistic people of working age are unemployed, and only 26% of autistic adults attain a post-school qualification from university or TAFE. These outcomes are far below those of non-autistic individuals. 

myWAY Employability supports young people on the autism spectrum to take control of their future and career planning, improving the likelihood of a successful shift to work or further education. 

Based on six years of research, trials and evaluation related to transition planning for young people on the autism spectrum, we know myWAY Employability can help to improve the self-determination of autistic young people to plan and prepare for their working life. We can’t wait to see myWAY Employability in the hands of young people everywhere. 

If you would like more information about myWAY Employability, please view these Frequently Asked Questions.

Visit mywayemployability.com.au

Further information

Autism CRC Marketing and Communication Team

Phone: 07 3377 0600

Email: media@autismcrc.com.au