More about our Model:
Research conducted by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW, 2019) indicates that there continues to be a critical need to provide alternative employment and training pathways for people living with a disability. Currently, people with a disability experience lower rates of labour force participation and employment, and higher rates of unemployment, compared to those without a disability.
People from our community face complex barriers to social inclusion and skill development. Through the By Indeko model we aim to effectively deal with these issues by:
- Providing meaningful employment opportunities
- Growing new skill sets, tailored to alternative learning styles
- Proudly showcasing the work of people within our community
We focus on supporting assisted employees to succeed in the workforce by creating employment opportunities that offer tasks with more complexity, variety and industry experience.