Is your program accessible to people who identify with having a disability?

By Observership
Posted on 02 Jul 2020

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

The Observership Program has conducted Disability Confidence Training to support all our candidates and observers. Board members are also offered Disability Confidence Training to ensure they can support all Observers placed on their board.

The Observership Program follows the social model of disability and acknowledges our obligation to ensure any environment, employment or service opportunity is inclusive of people with disability. Adjustments may include but are not limited to: support to complete the online application form, questions in advance of interviews, Auslan / captioning services, accessible meeting spaces.

An accessible copy of the 2023 Sample Application form can be found 2024 Application form_Website Sample

An accessible copy of the FAQs can be found FAQs_2023 Program.

We have transcripts and accessible documentation available for our training sessions also.

Please contact if you would like to discuss your situation or any adjustments you may need during the selection process or as an observer.

Sydney, NSW
(02) 9241 6874
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