Our free half-day workshops are led by people with disability who talk openly and honestly about disability, and the kinds of support people with disability need to lead a full, inclusive life. The workshops are for students in years 10, 11 and 12.
Our workshops inspire students to apply their passions and skills to enrich their lives, and the lives of others, by pursuing a rewarding care career.
Our workshops run for 3 to 3.5 hours and are delivered in schools.
We deliver workshops to groups of 20 – 40 students. See FAQs for more details.
Workshops include some full-group activities, experience-sharing, hands-on activities in breakout groups, video presentations and Q&A with presenters and sector representatives.
Learn more about the learning outcomes of our workshops here.
To ask us questions or book a workshop for your school, contact us.
Interested in a workshop for your business or organisation?
Our Let’s Talk Disability workshops are a dynamic learning opportunities for adults which cover definitions of disability, common misconceptions, disability rights, and communicating with people with disability. The workshops are informative, interactive and engaging. Our presenters, all of whom have lived experience of disability, lead attendees to have open and honest conversations about life with a disability. At the end of the workshop attendees can expect to have enhanced awareness and knowledge of disability as well as increased confidence in working with people with disability. The standard format workshop is of 3 hours duration and can be delivered to up to 35 participants.
For more information and a schedule of fees, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on: 0448 063 663