Disability employment services, training, education and recruitmentWDEA Works is more than just an employment service. Established as a Warrnambool disability service provider in 1989, WDEA Works is now one of the largest providers of disability employment services and mainstream job vacancies, community day services, business services for those with disability, recruitment and training services across Western Victoria and south eastern South Australia.
We are an organisation that helps a range of people, from those who experience considerable hardship and disadvantage, employers operating their own business and seeking recruitment services and advice through to students seeking specialised training courses.
Our training opportunities encompass early childhood education and care courses, and community and aged care training courses. We also offer a range of first aid training courses and a selection of tools and resources to complement our training, employment and care services.
Through our variety of services, WDEA Works’ aim is to assist many individuals and we hope our assistance will – most importantly – benefit the community as a whole. Client testimonials suggest we are on the right track but we continually strive to improve our services. If you share our desire to help the community, please visit our careers page to see if there are vacancies in our team. We welcome your application.
Community grants and funding
WDEA Works complements its employment, recruitment and training services by providing community funding and grants programs through the WDEA Works Foundation which allocates up to $100,000 each year.
For more details on WDEA Works’ services please inspect our Access to Services Policy and keep up to date with WDEA Works news and events. You might also find the information you seek in our Frequently Asked Questions or in our annual reports. Our FAQ page is an extensive source of disability services information, including information about our training and recruitment services, early childhood education, aged care training and disability support courses and first aid training. You’ll also find answers to questions about WDEA Works Foundation and its community grants programs.
Registered NDIS provider
WDEA Works has more than a quarter of a century’s experience as a disability services provider and is also a registered NDIS provider, guiding its clients, and their families and carers through the National Disability Insurance Scheme process.
We thank you for visiting our website and hope it provides the assistance and information that you require. If you require further details or wish to provide feedback about our services please contact one of WDEA Works offices in Western Victoria or south-eastern South Australia.