Ticket to Work pilot outcomes study: a quasi-experimental evaluation of pathways from school to economic and social inclusion

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Author: Hawkins, Andrew; Rasheed, Erum


This study aimed to measure the longer term employment, social participation and independence outcomes of young people who participated in Ticket to Work. The Ticket to Work initiative aims to improve economic and social participation for young people with disability through vocational/career development and early contact with work environments whilst at school. The initiative is delivered through a network including schools, post school providers and employers. At this stage, the key findings are: Ticket to Work participants indicated higher levels of social participation, quality of...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Disability; Outcomes; Employment; Youth; Labour market; Equity; Participation; Research

Keywords: Transition from education and training to employment; Labour force participation; Aspirations; Case study; Transition from secondary to further education and training; Pilot project; Social inclusion

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: [Cheltenham, Victoria]: Ticket to Work, 2016

Physical description: 33 p.

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Series: Ticket to Work

On cover: Report for National Disability Services
More information may be found at: http://www.tickettowork.org.au/research/study-shows-long-term-benefits-supporting-young-australians-disability-prepare-work/

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 125.547

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