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Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment Nov 18
ESF funding will end in March 2022. This is an urgent issue and clarity is needed for the future funding.
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 18
Such a lovely piece about one of our job seekers, Vincent, in the newsletter 👏 Vincent is an extremely talented painter 🙌and his paintings can be seen in the heritage centre where he also volunteers
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Claire Cookson Nov 17
Brilliant day at a fabulous new DFN Project SEARCH site @ Gullivers Valley Resort, Rotherham. Brilliant interns, wonderful employer, inspiring educators.
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Laura W - Enable Works Nov 20
Who has got the Friday feeling ??? Our clients do after the amazing week they have had working towards becoming job ready! If you or anyone you know is interested in joining our service DM for more info.
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DEBP Ltd 10h
Last week Project Search students researched their local area - looking at the opportunitues it has to offer and the various types of businesses. For more information on Project Search go to
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British Association of Supported Employment Nov 16
See the latest vacancies on the BASE website
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All in Edinburgh Nov 18
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Judith Kerem Nov 18
It is shocking but on average 50% of our graduates in the last 3 years have found and retained employment.
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Into Work Nov 19
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AbilityAware Nov 14
Replying to @Josh_Bersin
The (profession 2 serve) persons w/ is still digitally dark (in a Silicon Valley zipcode of digitally natives). Also 70% ++ of Americans w/ are unemployed | underemployed . 4 is " in " (0 Ops
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Jamie Rutherford Nov 21
Whilst UK is far from perfect, some of the programmes & expertise we have are world class. Brexit means we’re less able to share learning with countries transitioning from outdated practices - so organisations like must carry that torch!
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British Association of Supported Employment Nov 16
Check your inbox for the latest news from the sector.
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Danielle Sidderley Nov 19
Replying to @pure_danielle
2. Zero Exclusion History is history and its all about moving forwards! History of mental health is not going to stop anyone from getting the support they need when it comes to accessing individual placement support.
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iThrive Edinburgh Nov 18
. are taking referrals for their service, do you need support or know someone that does? Has impacted on your employment? They can help people with disabilities and long-term health conditions find, build and maintain jobs.
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Danielle Sidderley Nov 20
Finishing the week excited for Monday when another one of our clients attends a job interview for his . Our whole team are routing for him! 😁
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Disability Action NI Nov 19
Lisa Blackery-Prince is a Workable NI Employment & Training Officer. CONNECT magazine features an article on how she has supported a participant in the workplace .
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Ability@Work Nov 19
Best wishes to Lidl Kanturk, opening their new store today. Thank you , and your staff,for your generous donation to enable us to promote inclusive workplaces at Ability@Work, Cope Foundation.
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Into Work Nov 17
A supportive employer making a reasonable adjustment for a client, well I know what i say to that! Keep em coming!
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IPS Grow Nov 20
Have you started the IPS e-learning this week and looking for some resources to consolidate your learning? Access the accompanying workbook produced by here:
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SM Sophie's Center 6h
Christian Carle, SMSC's Person of the Week enjoys working at local bus shelters for the City of El Cajon, a worksite of SMSC’s Supportive Employment Program. He loves earning a paycheck!
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