Educational, vocational or on-the-job training does not include programs designed specifically for people with physical, intellectual or psychiatric impairments.
Mainstream labour market programs are considered to be training for the purposes of these provisions.
Mainstream training programs that accommodate people with disabilities through the provision of aids such as recording devices, monitors or other equipment or environmental modifications, or make reasonable adjustments such as allowing unscheduled breaks or allowing the course to be completed at each participant's own pace are considered to be training for the purposes of these provisions.
Act reference: SSAct section 94(5) In this section: training activity means...
Policy reference: SS Guide 22.214.171.124 DSP Assessment of Continuing Inability to Work - 30 Hour Rule
Last reviewed: 5 September 2011