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Organisation Contact Details
Physical Address: 45 Guy Street Warwick Qld 4370 Postal Address: PO Box 571 Warwick Qld 4370
Contact Person: Belinda Fenton Contact Position: Employee
Phone (BH): 0746613366 Phone (AH):
Mobile: 0427224497 Fax: 0746613399
Email: warwick@best.com.au Website: www.best.com.au
Days of Operation:
  • Monday
  • Friday
Opening Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Organisation Operations
We use volunteers: Target Demographic:
  • People with disabilities
Target Age Group:
  • 12-24 years (Youth/Young People)
  • 25 - 64 years (Adults)
Target Gender: Both
Member Information
Current no. of members: Fees & Charges:
Membership Period: Membership Eligibility:
Meetings & Facilities
Meeting Venue / Facility: Physical Address: 45 Guy Street Warwick Qld 4370
Disabled Access: Toilets: No
External hire available: No Hire rates:
Hire rates effective: Category: Education, Employment & Training
Organisation Summary
The Disability Employment Services is a specialist program designed for helping people with a disability to find and maintain suitable work.


The Disability Employment Services is a specialist program designed for helping people with a disability to find and maintain suitable work. Our service is tailored to suit the individual needs of our clients. Depending upon the individual circumstances and eligibility of each client, we can offer assistance through either:

  • Employment Support Service (ESS) for clients with a permanent disability who need long-term, regular support in the workplace or
  • Disability Management Service (DMS) for clients with a disability, injury or health condition who are not expected to need long-term support in the workplace.

The assistance you may access includes things such as:

  • Professional Resumes
  • Information on using the internet to find a job
  • Help with job applications, letters and selection criteria
  • Interview skills and preparation
  • Locating job opportunities
  • Referrals to Vacancies
  • Support and mentoring when placed into a job
  • Access to training, licences/qualifications
  • Assistance to access information and support for workplace changes
  • Access to Work Experience Assessment
  • Referral to appropriate interventions
  • Counselling

Benefit of employing a person with disability Did you know that there are over 4 million Australian’s with a disability, that is 1 out every 5 people so the chances are that most business have or current do employ a person with disability. People with disability bring high potential and a diverse range of skills and abilities to the marketplace and work in a wide range of occupations and industries. Contrary to common misconceptions, many people with disability have completed tertiary education, or attained vocational or other professional qualifications. Employing people with disability is likely to attract new skills and bring new and valuable perspectives to your organisation. Not only will this increase talent in your business but by accommodating people with disability you are gaining loyal and committed employees who will support you in achieving your business goals.




Listing ID: 61591
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