The Government is considering a range of options to reduce the stigma associated with booking bookings to book disability-related online courses.
The government is working on new rules for bookings made to online disability services, and is also considering new ways of communicating disability-specific information to bookings, including through online training.
In July, the government announced that it would be expanding the scope of the Disability Discrimination Act to include online education providers and businesses.
Currently, the Disability Employment Rights Act applies to all employers, including those which are self-employed.
Under the new law, all businesses that have a website must provide an accommodation to people with disabilities to access their job services, including information on how to contact them.
This would apply to online courses offered through companies like Disability JobLink and Disability Career Centre Australia.
There are also restrictions on how long people with disability can use their disability to access online jobs.
“Employers need to ensure that their services are accessible to people who need them and have the skills to perform those jobs,” the Government said in the announcement.
As part of the Government’s plans, the Government has also announced new online training opportunities for people with physical disabilities and people with mental health conditions.
These will include opportunities to participate in a range for self-study, including online education, online job search, job enquiry and job advice.