The Skill Support
Gain new skills, enhance your confidence & unlock your potential!

WHO  15 to 24 year olds with disabilities

WHAT  The Skill Support is an NDIS support service

WHEN  Starting October 2023

WHERE  The Skill Engineer Ltd. at North Gosford

Your program highlights
work toolbox


Build resilience, manage stress, navigate change, develop healthy living skills, set goals, understand workplace expectations, prepare for interviews, and master resume and cover letter writing.

2.5 hours a day – 4 days a week

lights camera action


Unleash your creativity in digital filmmaking, enhance work readiness, improve communication skills, boost social skills, and cultivate confidence and overall well-being.

3 hours a day – 4 days a week

sound expression


Discover the joy of playing a musical instrument and explore
the world of music in this engaging program.

2 hours a day – 4 days a week

We will support you to
Gain independence

Gain independence

Learn new skills

Learn new skills

Find a job

Find a job

Improve your life

Improve your life

Achieve your goals

Achieve your goals

The Skill Support’s friendly staff are experienced in supporting local young people with creative, exciting and innovative programs and initiatives.

We care about our young people, and we want YOU to succeed. Everything we do is to support you in your life’s journey.

What are our certified registration groups?

0102      Assist/Maintain Education/Employment
0106      Assist-Life Stage, Transition
0108      Assistance Travel/Transport
0117      Development-Life Skills
0125      Participate Community
0136      Group/Centre Activities

What is an NDIS provider?

NDIS providers are community organisations or individuals who deliver disability support to eligible NDIS participants. Service providers must be registered under the NDIS and meet specific government requirements to legally deliver support.

What is NDIS?

The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is a national government scheme that provides funding to Australians aged under 65 years living with types of physical, learning or mental disabilities, so they can receive the adequate support they need to live independently as possible. Aged care funding will take over upon turning 65.

Who is eligible for NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is responsible for assessing your eligibility for NDIS funding.

To be eligible to receive funding from NDIS registered providers, you must:

  • Be under 65 years of age (My Aged Care applies over 65).
  • For children, they must be aged over 7 years of age.
  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia.
  • Have an impairment or condition that is likely to be permanent (lifelong) which stops you from doing everyday activities by yourself, or prevents you from living independently.
Can I join?

You can assess your eligibility criteria yourself by doing the following:

Step 1: Review the requirements on the NDIS Access Checklist.
Step 2: Call the NDIA on 1800 800 110 to discuss your eligibility.

Contact us

To join use the contact form and we will be in contact with you.



We acknowledge the Darkinjung and Pangerang (Bangerang) people and pay our respect to Elders past and present on whose land we have made our home and reap the opportunities. We look to the future with hope as we walk side by side with our First Nations people in the spirit of reconciliation and truth telling.

Tuggerah, NSW

Ph: (02) 4304 3031
14/1 Bounty Close, Tuggerah NSW 2259
Monday to Friday, 8am - 4.30pm

Wangaratta, VIC

Ph: (03) 5737 4257
16 Osboldstone Rd, Wangaratta VIC 3677
Monday to Friday, 7am - 5pm

Broome, WA

Ph: 0428 995 955
41 Blackman St, Broome WA 6725

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