• Workforce Warriors

    Our Workforce Warriors program is designed to help NDIS participants improve their job-seeking skills and gain confidence when applying and attending job interviews.

Through a variety of activities and discussions, participants will learn how to write a resume, search for jobs, and prepare for job interviews. They will also have the opportunity to practice their interview skills and receive feedback from our facilitators. Additionally, the program will provide an opportunity for participants to connect with each other and build a supportive community. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment where participants can gain the skills and confidence, they need to find employment.


Program format:

  • Group program
  • Individual program

Age group:

  • Over 16 years old


Develop job-seeking skills such as writing a resume and cover letter, searching for jobs, and applying for jobs

Learn how to make a good first impression during job interviews 

Increase self-confidence and self-esteem when applying for and attending job interviews

Develop communication skills by participating in group activities and discussions

Develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills related to job-seeking

Foster connection and community building by engaging with other program participants

Learn about workplace etiquette, professional dress, and etiquette. 



Week 1: Communication 

Week 2: Adaptability and creativity 

Week 3: Problem solving 

Week 4: Organisation skills
Week 5: Time management skills 

Week 6: Job interview role play 



  • $969.90 for 6 week program



  • 6-week program with group activities run by an APHRA-accredited allied health clinician
  • Program workbook
  • End of program summary letter outlining progress in relation to NDIS goals


Capacity Building: Improved Daily Living  

Capacity Building: Innovative Community Participation 

Capacity Building: Community Participation Activities 

Core Supports: Community, Social & Recreational Activities 

Core Supports: Assessment, Recommendation, Therapy and/or Training** 


**Accessible when provided to support one of the eight disability-related health conditions, and CB:IDL funding has exhausted, only. 

At Care Squared Connect, we believe in tracking progress and providing tangible evidence of success. Once a participant has completed the program, we provide a summary letter that outlines the progress they have made along the way. This summary letter serves as a record of their successes and provides them with a way to reflect on the progress they have made. We are dedicated to providing the best possible experience for our participants and are committed to helping them track their progress. 

Workforce Warriors

Glen Waverley
Every Wednesday for 6 weeks
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