'Refresh Your Life' Seminar, Nov 12
Special IASE member rates available
Looking back fondly on 11 years with IASE
Refresh Your Life Seminar with Shane Martin Reg. Psychologist, Ps.S.I.
Thursday November 12th 2015 - The Ashling Hotel, Dublin 2
from 10:00am to 1:00pm
The Refresh Your Life Seminar provides you with an opportunity to create a space for yourself to get away from your daily stresses and strains. You will have an opportunity to reflect on your life. You will learn what science has uncovered about becoming healthier, happier and more resilient.
IASE National Coordinator Sarah Togher looks back on IASE successes
Enhanced job-searching & networking | Nov 19
Pictured is Sarah Togher (IASE National Co-ordinator) with her colleagues as she receives a photobook looking back on her last 11 years spend working with the organisation. As she moves on to new challenges both IASE staff and Board would like to wish her well in the future and to say that her expertise, commitment and positive spirit will be hugely missed by all!
Webinar training: Coaching for Job Coaches
IASE Better Together 2015
Effective job-searching and networking are crucial tools in the armoury of the modern-day job-seeker. In this wide-ranging session, Liam Horan looks at traditional and modern job-searching and networking tips.
Enhance your job-searching & networking techniques by joining us for this unique online workshop on Thursday the 19th of November at 2.30pm
Please show your support for workplace inclusion in Ireland
PorterHouse: Our supported employment experience
It is time to recognise the skills, talents and abilities that people with a disability can and do bring to workplaces throughout Ireland.
Embracing a diverse workforce not only strengthens our shared community but also brings about increased productivity, innovation and improved business performance.
All this means that when we all work together... we really are better together
"It was an easy decision to employ the candidates"
Corporate Social Responsibility in business interest
“At the end we had a decision on whether we wanted to employ the candidates or not. It was an easy decision for us to be honest, we've seen so much progression through the weeks that they became a fundamental part of the team”
Engaged staff and improved marketing core to CSR
Supported Employment course dates announced
Customers show a distinct preference to do business with a company they see as fair and caring, with 72% of Irish consumers considering a company’s reputation when deciding to buy their products and services.
Read on to explore why good Corporate Social Responsibility is in every business’s interest.
Open Training College - Certificate in Supported Employment, January 2016
Equestrian Training for young adults with disability
The Certificate in Supported Employment course is designed for staff working in mainstream supported employment services. They are suited to aspiring job coaches, employment officers, day centre staff, those commencing work in the Government Supported Employment Programmes, Personal Assistants and staff of special schools and colleges, who aim to assist people with employment support needs to make the transition into integrated paid employment.
2 Vacant places on the 3 year training programme are currently available
Launch of the Restart 3 Transfer of Innovation Project
Festina Lente has currently two places available on their Equestrian Training Programme. This programme is a Solas funded Special Training programme specifically aimed at 16 year plus young adults who have an interest in horses and who are in receipt of Disability Allowance.
The Festina Lente Equestrian Training Programme is a 3 year full time course which enables the learner to develop the knowledge, skills and competence in a broad range of equine skills to work in a variety of equine sectors.
Boosting skills and employability through education, training and youth work
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation - Call for Papers
Boosting skills and employability through education, training and youth work with the Ulster Supported Employment Ltd (USEL) launch of the Restart Transfer of Innovation Project (“Restart 3”) Research Report. USEL is the largest supporter of people with disabilities and health related conditions into open employment in Northern Ireland.
Special Issue on “Transition from Sheltered to Open Employment”
The Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation is preparing a special issue on “Transition from Sheltered to Open Employment”. The working title of this issue is “Effective ways to jump from sheltered to open employment”.