Located in Goulburn, NSW

About Our Programs

Choose from a range of programs that best suit your employment goals.

Discovering Work - one day per week for students in Year 12

This program is for students in Year 12.

You will have opportunities to:

  • explore and identify your strengths and interests
  • learn about your employment options
  • engage in practical learning opportunities to start developing employability skills and an understanding of how these skills apply at work

Employability skills covered in this program include:

  • communication
  • initiative
  • planning and organising
  • problem solving
  • self management
  • team work
  • learning
  • technology

This program is offered during school terms.  10 week blocks, one day per week.  Limited places.

Learning for Work - two days per week for 24 weeks

This program is suitable for school leavers and those with more complex learning support needs.

This program will provide you with practical learning opportunities to promote wellbeing and to build your daily living and employability skills.  Based on an individual learning support plan, you will explore and identify areas of interest for employment. 

Employability skills covered in this program include:

  • Communication
  • Initiative
  • Planning and Organising
  • Problem Solving
  • Self-Management
  • Team Work
  • Learning
  • Technology

Learning occurs in small groups, 1:1 and through community projects.

You will also explore local workplaces, helping you to identify your own areas of interest for employment.

This program is run over two consecutive days per week for 24 weeks.  You may enrol in a half year block (24 weeks) or multiple blocks. 

Enrolment in or completion of  this program will mean you are eligible to enrol in Supported Work Placements.

Getting Ready to Work - two x 2 hour sessions per week delivered over 8 weeks

This program is suitable for young adults who have been out of school for a while and who may have already had some work experience.

The program involves working in small groups to identify, understand, communicate, and practice the key employability skills needed in any workplace, including:

  • Communication
  • Initiative
  • Planning and Organising
  • Problem Solving
  • Self-Management
  • Team Work
  • Learning
  • Technology

You may enrol in multiple blocks of learning, with each block customised to meet your individual learning needs. 

Enrolment in or completion of  this program will mean you are eligible to enrol in Supported Work Placements.

Supported Work Placements with local employers - minimum 40 hour block

Gain valuable work experience through volunteer positions that are designed to match your individual strengths, interests and learning support needs.

Right to Work has an established network of over 20 local employers who are keen to support workplace inclusion for young people with disability. These include Goulburn Mulwaree Council, local business and community organisations.  

We recognise that everyone requires different supports in the workplace.

Your support worker will provide one-on-one support, and you can use your support hours flexibly so that you have support when you need it and work more independently as your skills and confidence grow.

You may choose one block of 40 hours or multiple blocks of hours.  

Participants must have completed or be enrolled in the Learning for Work or Getting Ready to Work programs to access Supported Work Placements.

Build your own business - Microbusiness Discovery and Establishment

Can’t find the perfect job for you? Have you thought about creating your own?

Our Microbusiness Discovery and Establishment program takes you through the steps required to set up your own microbusiness that perfectly matches your skills, interests and support needs.

The Right to Work microbusiness centre can also offer individualised supports to help you run your business and a space to sell your product or service to the Goulburn Community.

PEERS (Program for the Education and Enrichment of Social Skills) for students in Years 9-12 - one family session per week for 16 weeks.

PEERS is an evidence-based social skills program for young people who experience social challenges, and who are interested in learning new ways to help them connect with others, maintain relationships and handle conflict – skills that are important in both everyday life and work. Feeling connected to others helps us to feel happy and well, and to be more resilient in times of stress.  

Students attend the PEERS program with a nominated ‘Social Coach’ – usually a parent or family member – who can support skill development through coaching between sessions.

Learn New Skills

Work together with other Learners on projects designed to develop your skills in:

  • communication 
  • initiative
  • planning and organising
  • problem solving
  • self management
  • teamwork
  • learning
  • technology

Connect

Feel connected with your local community

We have strong connections in the community which empower young people with disability to be valued and contributing members of our community

Explore the World of Work

We’ll match you to the right role and the right workplace for you.

Our Learning Support Workers will help you build the skills you need to become an independent worker.