Welcome to the NDCO Program Victoria Website
The National Disability Coordination Officer (NDCO) Program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education Skills and Employment. The NDCO program aims to drive change so that people with disability have equitable opportunity to access, participate and achieve their goals in tertiary education and subsequent employment.
This website provides information about tertiary education pathways and subsequent employment in Victoria. For professional development opportunities, resources, events, research, policy and advocacy updates and more please see our
For NDCO contact details, please see below.
University Specialist Employment Partnership program (USEP) and TAFE Specialist Employment Partnership program (TSEP) supports final year students with disability to prepare for the workforce, by honing their ability to compete for employment opportunities related to their area of study, and make key connections with employers who offer graduate and corporate roles
USEP and TSEP Toolkits
MADN aims to drive change and increase successful apprenticeship outcomes for people with disability living in Melbourne. This is being achieved through our collaborative network’s work to identify, action, and respond to common issues and challenges faced by apprentices with disability, their employers and the organisations and institutions that support them.