Case Studies

CTS has developed a range of Case Studies to show case:

  • local school-community-industry partnerships
  • school – post school transition experiences by young people with disability
  • a parent’s perspective
Partnerships 101 – Croxton School’s experience

Learn how Croxton School benefitted from the forming an Action Team to set up their School Community Partnership.  In this video school principal Bev Fegan, Assistant Principal Michael Sertori and teacher Luke Ferns discuss how the process worked and the benefits it has delivered for their students.

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Croxton Students get Connected

Digital literacy has been an identified as one of eight enterprise skills needed for young people to succeed in a job and begin to build a career. Skills like remembering a password, accessing email and searching using key words are important.  So are career development skills like preparing a resume.  CTS Career Connections provides a […]

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6 Perspectives on the Ticket to Work Model

The Northern and Western Ticket to Work Projects are an initiative of CTS. The following video provides six different perspectives about participating in the Ticket to Work project. To find our more, watch this short video:

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Ben’s Ticket to Work

Ben participated in Ticket to Work in his final year at Hume Valley School.  He worked at Direct Plants, a nursery in Greenvale.  Watch this video to see his story.

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Ben’s employers, Direct Plants

Direct Plants in Greenvale employed Ben, a student from Hume Valley as part of the Ticket to Work program.  In this video Christian and Chantal talk about what made this a successful placement.

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Warringa Park School Partnership

About the Project Warringa Park School in Hoppers Crossing is one of 5 schools from across North West Melbourne engaged by CTS to participate in the School Community Partnership Pilot Project. It was intended that each pilot project would run for at least 12 months and involve a whole of community approach to broadening opportunities […]

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Ticket to Work and Sunshine SDS

  CTS are supporting the development of the Ticket to Work initiative across the Western metropolitan region of Melbourne. Ticket to Work is a national initiative which takes a partnership approach to improving School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SBAT) opportunities for young people with disabilities. This model utilizes a partnership approach intent on increasing the […]

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Croxton School and Darebin City Council

About the Project Croxton School was one of 5 Specialist schools engaged by CTS to participate in a School Community Partnership Project. It was intended that each pilot project would run for at least 12 months and involve a whole of community approach to broadening opportunities for post school transitions and parental and family engagement. […]

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A Parent Perspective

About Cathy and Alex Cathy Lockwood is determined to give her son Alex, the very best support in lifetime learning. From when he was a young child, she would turn their everyday lifestyle activities together into enjoyable learning opportunities. She regularly took him to sporting events and live performances where he saw plays and musicals. […]

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Adrian’s story

About Adrian: Adrian is 23 years old and his dream is to be a mentor and ambassador for young people with disabilities. Adrian is currently an assistant coach with Kelly Sports fulfilling one of his many goals of teaching children to play sport. The children that he mentors have a lot to look up to. […]

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