How does The Observership Program support applicants with a disability?

By Observership
Posted on 02 Jul 2020

A: The Program actively encourages applicants who identify with a disability to apply.

The Observership Program has undertaken Disability Confidence Training delivered by Australian Disability Network, so the team can support all our candidates and Observers who identify with a disability.

Participating Boards are offered a “toolkit” comprising links to “Confidence with Disability Training” plus resources including a Check List on accessible meetings and Guidelines on “How To Run Accessible and Inclusive Board Meetings”, plus and tips on how to best support Observers placed on their boards.

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