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The University of Canberra developed this e-learning resource to increase Disability Awareness among personnel working in schools and other organisations throughout Australia. A range of courses are offered to meet the learning needs of people performing different roles in the workplace.
This e-learning resource has been built in partnership with 10 funding partners, each of which has invested in its research and development.
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A note about the Actors
All persons appearing in videos and photographs in this DSE E-Learning resource are actors portraying roles, irrespective of whether they may or may not themselves have a disability. We are grateful to the many schools and individuals who contributed to the development of this product.
The DSE eLearning was developed with the financial support of the following funders:
- New South Wales Department of Education and Training
- Catholic Education Commission of New South Wales
- Australian Capital Territory Government Education and Training Directorate
- Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
- Department of Education Queensland
- South Australian Department for Education and Child Development
- The Department of Education Tasmania
- Northern Territory Government Department of Education
- The Department of Education Western Australia
- Australian Government Department of Education