Public transport travel training

Public transport made easy

Do you need help learning how to travel on public transport?

Travel training can help you get the confidence and skills you need to use public transport safely and independently.

Travel trainers are experts in teaching the use of public transport to people with all types of abilities, such as intellectual disability, autism, anxiety, learning delays, mental health issues, cerebral palsy and mobility issues.

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How does it work?

Travel training teaches people how to navigate the public transport network, as well as in strategies for dealing with emergencies and safe road crossing. Services are covered by the NDIS or can be self-funded.

Your travel trainer will discuss your public transport needs, plan the best route and accompany you on practice trips, with further sessions if you need them.

Training methods and programs are tailored to suit each person’s needs, personal circumstances and learning styles.

How to Book

Easylink recommends Living Skills Training for your travel training needs.

Visit their website, or contact their Travel Training Director, Kristine, on 0427 082 392.

Learning how to travel on public transport

What can I learn?

Whether you want to travel to school, work, study or see friends, our services can help you develop the skills needed to use public transport on these journeys. Things you can learn about include:

  • Catching trains, buses and ferries
  • Using an Opal cardHow to plan trips
  • Which service to catch
  • When and where to get on and off
  • Accessible services
  • Travelling safely
  • Strategies to deal with difficulties
  • Dealing with emergencies
  • Using transport apps

Who is travel training for?

A service for adults and children 10 years and older, living in the Northern Sydney region. Travel training is for anyone who does not have the confidence, information or experience to use public transport on their own. You may be:

  • A person with a disability
  • Attending school, study, training or work
  • Driving less or no longer driving
  • An older person
  • A migrant or refugee
  • Of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin
  • Financially disadvantaged.

Registered NDIS provider

Easylink is a registered NDIS provider. We provide a range of transport services for people with disability.

For more information, visit our NDIS transport page.

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