EPIC provides a personalised service to assist people with disability or disadvantage to achieve success. We stay with them on their journey until we are no longer needed. We place people into meaningful jobs, deliver education and training and provide services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
EPIC is a Disability Employment Services (DES) Provider. We assist people with disability into employment and provide the personalised service needed to assist people to achieve future success and obtain the best job match, giving employers a competitive edge. Click to learn more.
EPIC currently assists people through the delivery of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) services in Tasmania as part of the NDIS trial. With effect from July 2016, EPIC’s service delivery will expand in line with the continued roll out of the NDIS in Tasmania and Melbourne. Click to learn more.
EPIC employs bookkeepers who have a disability. We provide outsource services to organisations, completing a range of tasks and duties – from bank reconciliations to your BAS return. All work is supervised, reviewed and signed off by an accredited accountant. Click to learn more.
EPIC’s Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivers education and training for people with disability or disadvantage and also for the people who provide their assistance care and support. Our training programs allow for individual needs and offer ongoing support. Click to learn more.
EPIC’s ‘fee-for-service’ recruitment division. We assist people with disability who do not utilise Disability Employment Services (DES). We prepare them for employment and link them with employers, providing a personalised service and staying on the journey until our assistance is no longer needed. Click to learn more.
Find out how to apply for a community grant for your school, not for profit organisation, registered charity or community group and how your donation can make a difference to the community through EPIC’s programs. Click to learn more.
EPIC Assist is the only organisation in Australia who has Disability Confident Recruiter Status.
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