Available September 2020.
In this credential, you will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in MCCE4. The focus is on understanding how to fund the employment journey, the various supports to consider, the role of benefits planning along with how to engage families in the employment process. Families are a critical part of employment success and the development of career opportunities. This program will highlight ways to engage and educate families in the Customised Employment process, while also exploring self-employment as an alternative pathway to employment. Within self-employment, the importance of business planning is examined and it’s role in guiding the self-employment process.
This course is the final capstone topic in the Customised Employment process.
In this course you will cover the following areas;
NABCF010 Understanding Benefits Counselling & Support Funding
The unit content provides candidates with an understanding of current benefits available to people with a disability and the range of supports available from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to support employment. The candidate will develop a basic understanding of the Disability Support Pension (DSP), the NDIS and the impact of personal exertion income on benefit recipients. The unit will also provide a basic understanding of the process of benefits planning and its relationship to employment and financial supports available from other employment systems.
NAAFF011 Activating Families – the Role of Family & Friends
This unit provides the candidate with an understanding of the importance of activating and engaging with families throughout the employment process and how this engagement influences the success of employment and career outcomes. The skills learnt will enable the candidate to better understand the position of families and support the establishment of mutually trusting relationships, while also educating the families of the customised employment process.
NASBP012 Undertaking Self-Employment & Business Planning
The unit content provides candidates with an understanding of Self-employment, Micro-enterprise and business planning basics. The candidate will develop an understanding of its applicability as an alternative to wage employment and its practical application across a variety of settings where people with barriers to employment choose this path to economic participation.