Work Choice can help you get and keep a job if you’re disabled and find it hard to work. It’s voluntary - you don’t have to do it.
What you'll get
The type of support you get depends on the help you need.You can get support to help you find, keep and get on in a job. The type of help you get depends on what you need - it’s different for everyone. For example, you might get help with:
- building your confidence
- finding a job that suits you
- interview coaching
- developing your skills
You’ll have an interview to see what support you need when you join Work Choice.
How Work Choice works
Work Choice is delivered by different providers across the country. They offer 3 levels of help.
- Work Entry Support: Advice on work and personal skills to help you find a job (up to 6 months)
- In-Work Support: Help to start work and stay in your job (up to 2 years)
- Longer In-Work Support: Help to get on in your job and work without support (Long-term)
Work Entry Support can be extended by 3 or 6 months in exceptional circumstances and when there is a clear prospect of a job.