School’s out. Meaningful work is in.

School Leaver Employment Supports (SLES) ease the transition and life journey from school to work for people with disability.


Vocational Plan

Receive a personal vocational plan, tailored to the supports you need.

Skill-based training

Tap into individual and group skills-based training and development.

Career Opportunities

Explore career opportunities through open and supported work placements.

What you will learn in SLES

Focusing on real-world experiences, SLES is a one-year course with classes running 3 days a week. Participants’ learning centres on key professional skills and best practices in the workplace. Upon completion you will have a good understanding of the responsibilities of being an employee, have developed skills for life and grown confidence in travelling to work. Check out some of the skills you will gain through your learning journey:

Employability Skills

Gain knowledge on the expectations and responsibilities of being an employee. Understand punctuality, workplace behaviour, goal setting and presentation.

Workplace Skills

Deep-dive into teamwork, communication, time management, conflict resolution as well as the basics of numeracy and literacy so you can tackle any work task.

Travel Training

You will learn what transport options are available to you and how to safely travel from your home to your workplace with confidence and independence.

Work Experience

Put practice into play. Supported work experience gives you exposure to various work environments and roles, so you’re fully prepared before entering the workforce

Meet the team

Have a question about SLES?

Start the conversation today

For more information about Sunnyfield’s SLES programs, contact our customer service team.

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