Emma Chugg couldn't have picked a more appropriate place to learn some insight into the retail and hospitality industries.
Turning up for her second day of work at the CD Centre at Kings Meadows, the Launceston music fan and JobLife participant has been picking up valuable work skills as part of AccessAbility Day.
The federal government-led initiative encourages employers to host a job seeker with a disability for a day, and has been taking place around Australia.
"It's cool because you get to try a range of experiences and learn bits and pieces you can use out in the workforce," Ms Chugg said.
"It's mainly customer service but also how the computer systems work and how CDs and DVDs are stored."
"It's my cup of tea, I'm really into music."
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CD Centre owner Vanessa Mitchell said in the last year that the store had given 20 clients with additional needs first hand work experience through their Cafe Next Door side of the business, but Ms Chugg was the first to work in the retail side of the store.
"Emma has a real passion for music, so when when she was put forward it just fitted," Mrs Mitchell said.
"She's been a customer for quite a number of years so it was nice to give her the opportunity here."
JobLife employment consultant Zoey Heather said the program offered clients the opportunity to show their full potential to prospective employers.
"Hopefully at the end of the program we can secure some good work placements for our clients," Ms Heather said.
AccessAbility Day runs through until November 29.