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Welcome to the NDCO 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.

There are 31 NDCOs across Australia, and 7 are located within Victoria. This website provides information about pathways and resources in Victoria.

For NDCO information including events, contact details, updates and more, please click on your NDCO region below.

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New eLearning programs are now available 

The resource focuses on how VET Staff and Educators can communicate, interact and respond to the needs of individuals with disability to positively influence their experience and educational outcomes. Additionally, it explores how development, delivery and assessment practices can also have a significant impact. It promotes accessibility and inclusion and the reduction of barriers in vocational education and training.

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COVID – 19 Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice

Victorian Government Department of Education and Training Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice page. Website

Australian Government Department of Education Skills and Employment

This site will help students, parents, and education providers, as well as job seekers and employers find the information they need to make informed decisions about managing risk associated with COVID-19. Website

Department of Social Services (DSS) COVID-19 information

The current climate affects everyone, and it has an even more significant impact on people with disability, their families and carers.  The Department of Social Services (DSS) has developed a dedicated webpage on COVID-19 information and supports available for people with disability and carers.

A new service called the Disability Information Helpline (1800 643 787) is available for people with disability who need help because of COVID-19. The Helpline can help families, carers, support workers and services, too.

Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET)

ADCET  have created a dedicated COVID-19 page to provide you with up to date information, tips and emerging practices from across the sector to support your wellbeing and the way you deliver support to your students and colleagues during this time. covid-19-faqs

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