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Triangle Progression to Employment
Providing support for people with learning disabilities to enter or re-enter the world of work. 😀
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 4
Replying to @EqualityAct2010
Great presentation!
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 4
Wow! What an amazing talent 👏
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 4
Christmas has arrived here in Triangle 🎄❄️
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 4
So lovely to hear about a jobseeker's contribution to the workplace being acknowledged. Linda Jayne, who is an employee in Ratheane Nursing Home, Coleraine, featured in their Nov Staff Newsletter 'A big thank you to Linda Jayne for all her hard work' 😃
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 4
Employment Officers Sheila and Irene attended the event at PRONI yesterday to mark International Day of Persons with a Disability
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David Sterling Dec 3
Delighted to join on International Day of Persons with Disabilities to announce the next will take place on 14 May 2020. Proud that the NI Civil Service will be among the organisations offering work experience opportunities for people with disabilities
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 3
We are at City Hall today celebrating International Day of People with Disabilities
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 3
Jobseeker Derek helps launch next year's Job Shadow Day on 14 May
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Equality Commission Dec 2
Commisioner June Best highlights that at 35.7%, NI has lowest rate of employment for people with disabilities across UK- ECNI is committed to working with employers- contact us for advice on making reasonable adjustments for disabled people or taking positive action 028 90500600
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 2
Our Employment Officers will be in Larne Jobs and Benefits Office this Thursday from 10am-12pm, offering expert advice and guidance
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 1
Beyond proud of Lesley 😀today as she is featured on Asda’s Facebook page 🥳a perfect example of Supported Employment and committed employers working together to create inclusive and diverse jobs!
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Triangle Progression to Employment Dec 1
We cannot tell you how thrilled and proud we are that Lesley’s story has been featured today ⁦⁩ 😀Supported Employment works! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 28
Delighted to be involved in this excellent project
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 28
In City Hall today attending their Employability and Skills Workshop
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 27
Deepest sympathy from everyone at Triangle Progression to Employment Service
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 27
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 27
Extremely proud of Laura who has been successful in securing paid employment in Causeway Hospital Catering Department as part of their recruitment drive😃
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 26
Well done to Coleraine trainees Niamh and Laura who have achieved paid employment.
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 26
Well done to all at Alternative Angles Coleraine. Great to see such enthusiasm and achievements of trainees through the project. Great support from the Triangle staff team and wonderful to see Darrel progress on to a work opportunity with can Recycling.
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Triangle Progression to Employment Nov 24
Sorry to hear of loss of your dad over the weekend. Condolences to the family circle and many friends
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