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Access Education


Develop independence, living skills, or job readiness! These courses are designed to support post-school aged learners with permanent cognitive impairment or intellectual disability. Learners will explore the most appropriate work options in the community or in further education, and focus on developing their independence and self-confidence, and learning skills for independent living.

 

Programs for people with evidence of permanent cognitive impairment or intellectual disability

 

Wodonga TAFE offers a range of programs that support post compulsory school age learners with permanent cognitive impairment or intellectual disability. The Access Education programs at Wodonga TAFE are designed to provide: 

  • an introduction to vocational training opportunities 

  • opportunities to develop work readiness skills 

  • essential life skills including social and communication skills.  

Download our Access Education courses brochure.

Put Wodonga TAFE into the plan! 

Access Education programs at Wodonga can enhance and support the goals people have set in their individual NDIS plans. Our teachers and support staff work together with students, families, NDIS staff, and other key people to achieve personalised outcomes for students. NDIS funding can assist people to study at Wodonga TAFE by: 

  • covering costs of personal care of other support needs while attending TAFE, work placements, and community activities associated with study. 

  • funding transport to and from TAFE if students cannot drive or use local transport.  

Programs for people with disabilities - hear from teachers and students

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