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Registering with us

What does Register mean?

It just means registering with Campbell Page so we can help you get into work or training.

Why should I Register with Campbell Page?

Simply put? We want to help you reach your goals – whether that is through employment, training or otherwise. We are with you for the long haul.

To give you a quick rundown, once you Register we’ll start by actually listening to what it is you want, and then create personalised plans based on what you have told us you want.

Outside of that, we can help you financially AND help you access other services that will help you achieve your goals. We even have a team of Occupational Assessors who can help you get started and work with you and your future employer.

How do I know if I am eligible to Register?

If you have a health condition and are an Australian citizen we can usually help. If you are unsure, get in touch with us today.

How will you help me?

We can help you with everything from helping you figure out what you want to supporting you once you find a job. The services in between are up to you…
If you need new work boots? Done!
Need help accessing a relationship/family therapist? ? Sorted!
Health conditions making life tough? We’ll help you find the right services.
The options really are limitless. We want to help you as much as we can, so that you can find a job that you love.

How often do I need to meet with you?

That is up to you! We can help figure out how often we meet up by putting together personalised plans that include a schedule, but at the end of the day it is your call when and how we catch up.

How long will you be able to help me?

From the day you Register with us you become a part of the Campbell Page family and that means we’re in it together for the long haul. We like to think of your journey with us as a three phased approach:

1. Register
2. Staying Connected
3. Staying Supported

Once you find a job or start a course you enter the 2nd phase (Staying Connected) which involves us sticking by your side for six months to make sure that everything is still going A-OK, and if it’s not, finding ways to help make things better. Best part? You decide how much or how little we are in contact with you!

After those 6 months are up, and you are still happy and thriving you will enter into the 3rd phase (Staying Supported) which just means that we’ll continue to support you for another 6 months just to make sure you are still feeling positive about your new job or training. During this time we can be in touch as little or as much as you would like, just like Staying Connected.

Am I going to lose my Income Support/Centrelink Payments?

By Registering with us you will not lose any payments. To make sure you are fully informed about how you payments may be affected AFTER finding work, we can help you check with Centrelink.

Why do I need to go to Centrelink for an Assessment?

After you Register with us you are our main focus at Campbell Page, but we still have to make sure all of the boxes are ticked through Centrelink. But don’t worry – you won’t have to do it alone, we’ll be there helping you.

What happens after I find a job?

For starters, when you get a job or start a course you can rest assured we will still be by your side (you can’t get rid of us that easily!) We call this 2nd phase of your journey with us, Staying Connected

Staying Connected basically means we are here to support you in any way you need, from helping you purchase work equipment/clothing right through to helping you access any additional services that you might need during this time.

When you start your job you will continue to receive your Income Support, but it may slightly reduce as your start getting paid more for the great work you are doing. You may not believe us at first, but this is actually a good thing because it means you are reaching the goals you have set for yourself!

When I get a job, does my employer need to know about my health condition?

Not if you don’t want them to.
If you do want them to know, we can let them know and begin to work with you and your employer to make sure that you are fully supported.

If you choose not to let your employer know about your health condition, we’ll still be there supporting you. AND if you change your mind and want your employer to know, we will help with that too.



What happens after we refer a customer to Campbell Page?

We'll take care of it from there. Our team of specialists will make sure our shared customer is taken care of.

How involved can I be in our shared customer’s journey with Campbell Page?

As much or as little as you and the customer would like. This can include attending appointments and requesting updates on their progress. We’re all about taking a community approach.

Our shared customer has requested that a parent/guardian also attend meetings and be involved in their journey with Campbell Page, is this possible?

Of course! The more the merrier!

Does our shared customer have to consent to me and/or a parent/guardian being involved in their journey with Campbell Page?




How will Campbell Page help my business?

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How much will this cost me?

Nothing! This is a free of charge service! Our only request is that you occasionally let us share the success stories that have come from our partnership!

What is DES and who are your customers?

DES stands for Disability Employment Services. At Campbell Page we help people with disabilities get into work. Our customers may have long-term disabilities, short term injuries or even mental health conditions. We work with employers to ensure they are fully supported and are truly finding the right person to fill their vacancy.

I’ve worked with Employment Service Providers before and it wasn’t worthwhile. What do you do differently?

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What happens if they leave – do I still get my Wage Subsidy?

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