Skills for Work programs are designed for people with disability aged 16+ who are proficient in numeracy and literacy.
Skills for Work supports you to develop planning and organisational skills, build workplace skills, understand self-management and personal presentation, and strengthen teamwork skills.
Theory-based learning modules
Learn the foundational skills and pre-requisites for employment.
Build your own program
Choose modules that support your NDIS and career goals.
Open to all people with disability
Available through Core Supports funding in your NDIS Plan.
Vast range of Assistive Technology
iPad activities, SMART Board activities, Assistive Technology and more.
Skills for Work Programs
Code of Conduct
Learn about correct workplace actions and behaviours.
Finding a Job
Match your skills to the right job and how to apply.
Create, plan and set short, medium and long term goals.
Organise and plan your time between activities effectively.
Understand your tasks and duties as an employee.
How to prepare and make a good first impression.
Look good, feel good. Bring your best self to work.
Learn the basics of reading, writing, spelling and words.
Show potential employers why you’re the best for the job.
Define different positions and their tasks and duties.
Learn to create daily structure, schedules and commitments.
Number recognition and basic calculations.
Have a question about Skills for Work?
We aim to provide all the information you need to find the right solution for you.
If your question remains unanswered, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Can I use my NDIS funding to access Skills for Work programs?
To access Skills for Work programs you must be an NDIS participant and have approval for funding in at least one of the following areas:
- Improved Daily Living (Capacity Building)
- Increased Social and Community Participation (Capacity Building)
- Assistance with Daily Life (Core Supports)
- Assistance with Social and Community Participation (Core Supports).
Learn more about Sunnyfield and the NDIS.
Can Skills for Work programs be tailored to my NDIS goals?
Yes, Skills for Work programs are designed to support you to achieve your careers goals and NDIS outcomes.
Do I need to know anything before I start Skills for Work?
Yes, Skills for Work programs require a basic knowledge of literacy and numeracy before commencing. If you’d like to improve your knowledge, we offer Literacy and Numeracy modules in our Skills for Life program.
How long does it take to complete a Skills for Work Module?
You can complete a Skills for Work module in your own time, the modules are designed to suit your needs whether you are engaging with them daily, weekly or monthly, so that you can learn at your own pace.
Where are Skills for Work programs delivered?
Skills for Work modules can be delivered:
- At one of Sunnyfield’s ADE locations across NSW on a 1 to 1 basis or a group-based program.
- At one of Sunnyfield’s Hubs across NSW on a 1 to 1 basis or a group-based program.
Start the conversation today
The Skills for Work program requires a basic understanding of numeracy and literacy. To help you identify if this is the right program for you, get in touch with our team today.