NDCO Resources

Go to the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training NDCO Page to view the whole range of national resources available. The following UON NDCO Program Regions 2, 6 and 7 resources are available from your NDCO at regional events, or downloadable from the links below...

Pathways and Connections Guides

Everything you need to know when moving forward to training, education, employment and community connections with disability

UON NDCO Program RegionDownload Regional Guide

NDCO Region 2
(New England-North West)

New guide currently being developed - will be uploaded shortly

NDCO Region 6
(Hunter-Central Coast)

Hunter-Central Coast

NDCO Region 7
(North Coast)

Port Macquarie, Hastings and Kempsey - update coming shortly

Greater Taree, Great Lakes and Gloucester - update coming shortly

Additional versions will be uploaded shortly

NDCO "Get Students Ready for Life After School" Poster

A great transition summary for staff. Ideally printed in A3 format.

UON NDCO RegionDownload Regional Poster

NDCO Region 2
(New England-North West)

New England-North West Poster

NDCO Region 6
(Hunter-Central Coast)

Hunter-Central Coast Poster

NDCO Region 7
(North Coast)

North Coast Poster
NDCO Regions 1 - 10, NSWGeneric Poster for NSW
NDCO NDIS Pre-Planning Toolkit for People with Disability Entering Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training
  • There are eight versions available for different disabilities - download from the NDCO page on the ADCET site
NDCO Create Your Future Videos

These original short films depict the real life stories of people with various disabilities and their journey through different stages of transition and participation in post-secondary education and employment. Great for use when training and for hints and tips for students/people with disability and their families-carers

NDCO Get Ready for Study and Work workbooks
NDCO Job Seeker/School Leavers Pathways to Employment Handout
NDCO Disability Awareness Training - FREE online course

Ideal if you have minimal or no knowledge of disability, or as a refresher