SA/NT Pathways to Post School Life: A session for students in Years 10-12

SA/NT Pathways to Post School Life: A session for students in Years 10-12

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The NDIA invites SA/NT students with disability in Years 10-12 to a session about building skills and preparing for post-school life.

About this event

The National Disability Insurance Agency would like to invite SA/NT students with a disability in Years 10-12, their parents, carers and education professionals to attend a virtual information session on building skills and paving a pathway to post-school life.

This session will provide an opportunity to discuss NDIS-funded supports and other assistance to help young people to build skills to prepare for their transition, and to support them in the achievement of their employment and other goals, post-school.

Sessions are delivered via video-conference using Microsoft Teams, and are offered over multiple dates to allow flexibility for attendees.

Each session covers the same content, and attendees should only register for one session to give others the opportunity to attend

Registrations close three business days prior to the session date or once tickets have sold out. We only accept individual registrations for events to ensure all attendees receive links to join.

Two business days before the event, login details (including the MS Teams link) will be sent to the email address you provide at registration. Please check your email address is correct when registering.

Accessibility is important to us. If you have accessibility requirements, please advise when registering. A minimum of five business days' notice is required to book Auslan interpreters and live captioning services.

For any enquiries regarding this session, please contact and include the session name in the subject line.

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) uses Eventbrite to register and promote our events. When you register for our events, Eventbrite will store your data (including personal information) in their servers in the United States. That means that if Eventbrite handles your data and breaches the Australian Privacy Principles set out in Schedule 1 to the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth) (Privacy Act), the NDIA won’t be accountable under the Privacy Act. If you don’t want to use Eventbrite to register for our event, you can contact the NDIA Events team on, and include the event’s session name and date in the subject line, and any accessibility requirements you might have.

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