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Learn what it takes to set up a business with our free 2-day workshop

Our workshop is made for people living with disabilities. This workshop will give you the confidence to explore starting up your own business or taking your business to the next level with our expert facilitators. You will learn:

  • How to develop a business idea (you do not need to have a business idea to participate in the workshop)
  • Business strategy and mapping
  • Networking skills

 

Your pathway towards a successful business

After attending to our 2-day workshop if you decide that business is for you, we can refer you into the SSI IgniteAbility® program to consolidate your business idea or existing business.

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Refer into
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Establish a
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Join us to meet new people and learn more about what is involved in starting your own business from some of our IgniteAbility clients.

Bring your business idea to work alongside an experienced facilitator who will guide you on your journey to entrepreneurship. This is a free and ongoing service. 

Be supported to start-up your own business from beginning to end. We work together to connect you with experts to strengthen your business before you are ready to trade. 



What our entrepreneurs say

3"I turned to Ignite Ability to start my own business after another failed retail job. It was at my mother’s advice, so I had no expectations and honestly nothing to lose. I just wanted to see what would happen if I tried to create my ideal job. Ignite has been brilliant and supportive the entire way. Their system is logical and helps you build your business step by step. Even through the pandemic we have kept constant contact, which has helped me remain calm and focused on the next steps."

Lizzy Phillips, Untangle Your Brain

 

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"IgniteAbility has been instrumental in assisting me to start my own business, their knowledge on starting a new business has moved me forward from having a business idea to its development. Through linking me with industry professionals and the advice I have been given by my business facilitator, I have achieved my goals and I am now earning an income. I strongly recommend IgniteAbility for those with disability who are wanting to start a business."
Michelle Brown, Michelle Brown Arts Studio

 

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“As one of the first people diagnosed with HIV in Australia in 1984, and as someone who has participated in 28 HIV drug trials and is long term survivor of AIDS, I felt that it was my duty to help educate people about HIV/AIDS, still a world pandemic. I found it very difficult to establish a platform until I was introduced to SSI and IgniteAbility. They responded immediately with incredible support and have been instrumental in establishing me as a high-profile HIV advocate and public speaker. I greatly look forward to being part of their educational program. Thank you, SSI and IgniteAbility." 

David Polson, visit his website here

 

Upcoming workshops

 Group 6  Tue | Thu

05 & 07

October

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    Group 13 Mon | Wed

22 & 24

November

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Group 7 Mon | Wed

11 & 13

October

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    Group 14 Tue | Thur

23 & 25

November

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 Group 8 Tue | Thur

12 & 14

October

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    Group 15 Mon | Wed

29 & 1

November

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 Group 9 Mon | Wed

18 & 20

October

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    Group 16 Mon | Wed

06 & 08

December

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 Group 10 Mon | Wed

08 & 10

November

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    Group 17 Tue | Thu

07 & 08

December

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 Group 11

Tue | Thur

09 & 11

November

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    Group 18 Mon | Wed

13 & 15

December

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 Group 12 Mon | Wed

15 & 17

November

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      Mon | Wed

13 & 15

December
 

 

 

Private Groups

Do you have a group of +8 people that would be interested in taking part of this workshop?

Please contact us to discuss booking a private session to suit your needs

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IgniteAbility Educate is proudly supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.