Work Experience

For most teenagers work experience will happen in the upper secondary years of schools. Work experience is designed to allow you to attend a workplace that might be of interest for a future pathway to study or employment. It is an opportunity to ask questions, understand the day to day requirements of the job and to make connections with people who may be able to help you in the future. Your ADHD may have an impact on what you choose. You need to be aware of your capabilities and what things you might need to put into place to achieve success.…

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