SCHOOL LEAVER EMPLOYMENT SUPPORTS (SLES)
SLES is available to NDIS participants of school leaving age or school leavers. It helps participants achieve their employment goals by building job skills, confidence and independence. Supporting participants in their transition from school to employment.
HOW DOES SLES WORK?
SLES funding builds a participant’s ability and confidence to work with a Disability Employment Service (DES).
The NDIS can fund SLES for up to two years, depending on the participant’s circumstances.
Each person’s SLES supports will be different.
However, the following skills can help participants get ready for employment:
- Money Handling Skills
- Time Management Skills
- Communication Skills
- Discovery Activities
- Work Experience
- Learning how to take instruction at work
- Travel Skills
The JaeMan assists young people, look for and gain employment.
We provide meaningful, individualised capacity building activities so young people can achieve their employment goals.
As part of managing a participant’s employment, we can:
- Support a participant’s unique pathway to employment
- Help foster partnerships and goodwill in the local community
- Use their professional networks to engage and connect with employers
If you want to learn more about SLES, Please call us; We are here ready to help.