Entrepreneurial training available for Arabic speakers with a disability

Date
25 August 2020
Category
Social Participation and Online Community Employment Health Wellbeing PVAW

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AMES Australia and Amaze are partnering on a new project called Business Matters to deliver business and enterprise training for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Arabic speakers with a lived experience of disability.                                                                                     

The program will deliver business training for participants including: developing Business Plans; Tax and ABN; marketing and networking; disability awareness; budgeting and finance, and; the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The training will be on a fortnightly basis starting in October 2020. The participants will also be mentored by people who are currently running successful businesses. 

To be a participant in the program you need to:

  • Have Autism or care for a person with Autism
  • Have disability or care for a person with a disability
  • Speak Arabic
  • Have a business idea or Want to work for yourself
  • Live in Melbourne

If you know anyone who may be interested in participating please contact:
(English) Tessa Hughes 0401 660 483 or hughest@ames.net.au
(Arabic) Aiman Said 0428 405 860 or saida@ames.net.au

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