The department's Education Adjustment Program (EAP) is a process for identifying and responding to the educational needs of students with disability who require significant education adjustments related to the specific impairment areas of:
From the beginning of Semester 1 2015 the submission options for verification requests in all EAP categories are as follows:
All verification requests must be submitted through AIMS in OneSchool. Please note email submission is no longer available for state schools.
Verification requests in the EAP categories of Hearing Impairment, Physical Impairment and Vision Impairment are to be submitted via email to the category-specific inbox.
Verifications are processed on an on-going basis during the year. Schools are able to submit completed verification requests at any time during the year.
This page was last reviewed on 16 May 2016 at 09:02AM
16 September 2016 - Last day for principals to submit completed initial verification requests through AIMS in OneSchool for guaranteed processing by download date for calculating the indicative allocation for 2017.
All completed verification requests submitted in the 2016 school year will be processed, according to date received, by Day 8 2017, except in exceptional circumstances.
It is recommended school teams complete a working draft profile for initial verification requests ready for approval by the principal once the verification process is complete.
4 November 2016 - Central Office downloads AIMS (verification and profile) data from OneSchool for data to be included in the Indicative Students with Disability Resource Modelling.
2 February 2017 (Day 8) - Final allocation is calculated by Central Office on actual Day 8, 2017 numbers.
Priority for allocation to be distributed to schools as soon as possible.
The EAP Handbook 911K (updated September 2015) provides information on EAP processes across the six EAP categories.
EAP consent Form (EAP 1) for parents
A formal agreement between the parent and the school team is required before proceeding with the EAP process and or adding a student's record on AIMS in OneSchool. The EAP Consent Form (EAP 1) updated 2015 must be used to document this agreement and includes consent for ongoing verification and profile reviews as required. This form must be kept in the student's school file and attached to the verification request on AIMS in OneSchool.
OneSchool AIMS guide
A OneSchool AIMS guide has been prepared for AIMS users to help guide them through using AIMS in OneSchool.
Verification reviews should be completed as close as possible to the review dates recorded on AIMS in OS.