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After thirty years of providing work for people with a disability and achieving extraordinary results, Aware is now part of Albury Wodonga Community College.
Aware provides cost effective labour solutions for business. By doing so, Aware also helps people with a disability secure meaningful employment and make a valued contribution to their community.
To achieve this, we use best practice tools, procedures and support and a management team that matches appropriate people and processes to the job at hand.
Workers choose from a range of tasks that suit their interests and capabilities.
Tasks include services such as scanning, packaging, food preparation and engineering.
Aware pays a supported employment wage as per the Nationally recognised Supported Wages System (SWS) and places high expectations on employees, while providing highly-trained staff to support any challenge.
All Aware workers are given the opportunity to learn new jobs, by increasing their skill levels and defining career paths.
Not only does Aware aim to equip employees with disabilities to access mainstream employment, but it helps them to acquire the skills and qualifications needed to achieve personal and work goals.
Aware’s flexible approach to employment support has many benefits, including financial, social and developmental, resulting in more meaningful participation and active inclusion in society.
Employment can work wonders for everyone.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is the new way of providing individualised support for people with disability, their families and carers. The NDIS is the insurance that provides peace of mind.
The NDIS provides eligible people a flexible, whole-of-life approach to the support needed to pursue their goals and aspirations and participate in daily life.
After thirty five years serving both sides of the border, delivering cost effective labour solutions and lifestyle benefits to people with disabilities, Aware is now proudly part of Albury Wodonga Community College.
Aware and the Community College have shared much in the past, including a dedication to education excellence, a commitment to respond to the learning needs of the Albury-Wodonga regional community in a positive manner and the sharing of resources and Board members.