If you’re in your final year at school with a disability or health condition,
and you want to get to work, we’re here to help.
Enter your details below and we'll contact you about taking the next steps in your employment journey.
Do you have a medically diagnosed injury, illness or disability limiting your capacity to work?*
Having a job when you finish school could give you the money and independence you’re looking for.
If you’re in your final year at school with a disability or health condition, and you want to get to work, we’re here to help. APM Disability Employment Services is all about you.
When you register with us, we build a program that supports you from the beginning of your job search to starting work. If you're eligible for our school leaver services, we provide:
Personalised job seeker programs
Support and guidance to keep you motivated
Access work experience and volunteer opportunities
Ongoing support when you start your new job
With more than 500 locations across Australia, there’s an APM office near you.
Plus we also work with your parents, carers, and any other service providers you rely on, to make sure you get the support that's best for you.
Dale is a bright young man who, like many, struggled to find a job.
His autism is not a barrier to employment, but an important factor in determining how comfortable he would feel in his new workplace.
Working together with his APM Employment consultant David, Dale secured a job and has been loving every moment of it.
Chanay was 16 when she discovered the hearing bones inside her ears were being eaten away by a disease. After a series of operations, she required a cochlear implant to help her hear.
Like anyone, the loss of hearing and medical procedures that followed took their toll on the teenager.
Then Chanay came to APM.
Facing the world of work is daunting for anyone when they finish school and look for their first job.
For Jarryd, and thousands of other young Australians every year, this next step in his life was made even more challenging due to his autism.
Eligible for support as a result of his autism, Jarryd registered with APM for the Disability Employment Services program and quickly got to work on overcoming his challenges.
You also need to be in Year 11 or 12 and attend either;
When you register with us, one of our employment consultants will meet with you to assess your needs and capabilities, and become your guide through the Disability Employment Services program.
If you already have a job, to get support from APM’s Disability Employment Services team you must not be currently employed for eight hours or more per week.
APM is Australia’s largest provider of Disability Employment Services and our experienced consultants can help you make the best start before you leave school.
Register with us, and we'll be in touch in the next couple of days to discuss further.
Meet your dedicated employment consultant at your nearest APM office.
Discuss your disability or health condition, and employment needs.
Your employment journey begins!
During your job search we'll help you access short courses for job training, work experience and job placements with local employers.
And when you find a job, our support doesn't end.
We help you settle in to your new role, learn about your new employer and understand the working environment and team you're joining.
We'll also help develop strategies to adapt to any changes in the job and how to overcome any personal issues that arise.
We'll link your employment with your existing support services, so everyone works together to give you the best chance of success in your new job.
If you’re unsure of what to do when school ends, or how to get started, we can help you make the best first step into employment.
Call 1300 366 047 to speak to an APM Disability Employment Services consultant now
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