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  • Job Shadow Day for disability services - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter Job Shadow Day for disability services Home Job Shadow Job Shadow Day for disability services Job Shadow Day for disability services We started off in 2008 and it has gone from strength to strength in our organisation Last year in 2014 we had approximately 85 placements It was an absolute fantastic success Ann Corr employment facilitator SOS Kilkenny Ltd Job Shadow Day supported by Irishjobs ie is a fun and rewarding day of awareness for disability services Many services across Ireland take part every year Simply register your interest in getting involved and we will help you take the next steps Job Shadow Day sees hundreds of people with disabilities shadow workers across Ireland for one day as they go about their normal working routine Job Shadow participants outside Dublin City Council offices 2013 Employers were very positive and very excited to get involved Because of the support we got from the IASE we were very confident in selling this idea to them Ber Rowan employment facilitator Kare Kildare The day supports clients to learn more about their career interests and the skills needed to succeed at work while also promoting equal employment opportunities to Irish businesses Why take part Help the IASE to promote inclusion in Irish workplaces for people with disabilities Learn more about your clients service users interests skills and strengths Network and meet local employers Promote your service locally Many services who take part are featured in their local newspapers Meet new people and have fun Be part of a vibrant national project Learn more about employers expectations and requirements If you are new to supported employment get a taster of what is involved and how it can support people with disabilities into rewarding employment situations Get

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/job-shadow/job-shadow-day-for-disability-services/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Nominations - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    This is an employer manager or professional who is leading by example and making a positive and lasting contribution to developing inclusion in Irish workplaces The award winner may be an individual providing mentorship to one or more employees with a disability or it may be an individual who by their actions and example are encouraging their employees management or wider business community to embrace and promote inclusion for people with disabilities at work Make a nomination Employee of the Year The Employee of the Year is an individual who is demonstrating the hugely positive contribution people with disabilities can and do make in workplaces across Ireland The Employee of the Year acts as a role model to their peers and fellow employees in demonstrating the value of supported employment and the benefits of inclusion in the workplace Make a nomination Job Coach of the Year The Job Coach of the Year is a supported employment facilitator who has met and exceeded the highest quality standards in delivering supported employment to their clients This person keeps the values of supported employment such as individuality flexibility confidentiality dignity and choice at the centre of everything they do in supporting their clients towards a satisfying and empowering career path Make a nomination Job Shadow Award This special award category may go to a disability organisation an employment facilitator a company a manager an employer or an employee The winner is an individual or organisation who has taken part in Job Shadow Day and who has set a shining example in promoting inclusion by effectively using the day to highlight the value of supported employment in their community workplace or company Make a nomination IASE Member of the Year The IASE Member of the Year is an individual or organisation who is an

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/awards/nominations/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Open Door for Employers - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    why is it good for your business Supported employment is a system designed to support people with disabilities to find and keep a job At the same time supported employment helps employers to access a pool of dedicated and highly motivated employees with the right skills and attributes to fill their job vacancies Did you know Open Door aims to get more employers than ever before across the BMW involved in supported employment Here are some of the reasons you as an employer should consider getting involved in the project Tap into a pool of dedicated and highly motivated employees People with disabilities often have to overcome significant barriers to get and keep a job Supported employment supports highly motivated and dedicated people who want the opportunity to compete for and work in the open labour force Get professional support to develop inclusion The Open Door project has trained project workers dedicated to supporting you towards getting involved in supported employment The project worker provides one to one tailored support to employers Employment grants and incentives There is a suite of grants and incentives available for employers to employ people with disabilities Your Open Door project worker can help you to assess if you may be eligible for these supports Learn more about grants and incentives Get the business benefits of inclusion Repeated studies have shown inclusion in the workforce is good for business It promotes innovation and productivity and has even been shown to boost sales and business performance Gain a reputational advantage Customers prefer businesses who are seen to represent and contribute to the communities in which they operate Supported employment is a good step towards developing sound socially responsible policies in your business Reduced recruitment costs Open Door support is free to employers A project worker will

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/open-door/open-door-for-employers/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Open 50 - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Seekers Steps to Employment Interview techniques CV Preparation Testimonials Jobseeker FAQ s Contact Us Practitioner Membership Handbook guides Occupational and Quality Standards Resources Training Education Policy Conferences Contact Us About About IASE What is SE Vacancies Meet the team Join IASE Membership Renewal Sponsorship Donation IASE Projects Toolkit for Diversity Next Step Working A Way Trail Blazers Governance Company Profile Directors Patrons Annual Accounts Strategic Plans Complaints Procedures Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter Open 50 Home Open Door Open 50 Open 50 Diversity at work Open 50 is an exciting call to action to employers across the BMW region Did you know The IASE wants employers to join with them in breaking down barriers to the world of work when it comes to disability and employment and to enjoy the many proven business benefits of introducing more inclusive recruitment policies Open 50 part of the Open Door project is calling on 50 employers across the Border Midlands West region BMW to commit to offering one person with a disability a job by April 2015 and to see for themselves the positive benefits of supported employment Supported employment assists employers to access a new pool of motivated and dedicated employees who have the right skills and attributes to fill their job vacancies Find out more about the business benefits of supported employment If you are an employer in Galway Mayo Roscommon Sligo Leitrim Longford Donegal Monaghan Cavan Louth Westmeath Offaly and Laois contact the IASE today to find out about Open Door and the Open 50 project Related Links About Open Door Why get involved News and events About the IASE Open 50 Open Door for Employers Participating Employers Why get Involved Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE Unit 1 Údarás Industrial Estate Belmullet Co Mayo Ireland

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/open-door/open-50/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Why get involved? - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    techniques CV Preparation Testimonials Jobseeker FAQ s Contact Us Practitioner Membership Handbook guides Occupational and Quality Standards Resources Training Education Policy Conferences Contact Us About About IASE What is SE Vacancies Meet the team Join IASE Membership Renewal Sponsorship Donation IASE Projects Toolkit for Diversity Next Step Working A Way Trail Blazers Governance Company Profile Directors Patrons Annual Accounts Strategic Plans Complaints Procedures Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter Why get involved Home Open Door Why get involved Why get involved There may be many benefits to getting in touch with your local supported employment service if you are not currently at work Getting a real job in the labour market gives people confidence builds up peoples belief in themselves gives them an income allows them to start to do things with their lives that they hadn t done before Christy Lynch IASE founder Some of the benefits include Getting professional support to identify your work goals Help with CV preparation and interview training Support in job hunting and approaching employers Getting support around accessing any grants or incentives that may apply Getting advice on disability benefit and employment Work has been shown to be important for our mental well being and self esteem Work contributes to economic independence and may also contribute to stronger individual identity social roles and social status Labour force participation is the primary route out of poverty and disadvantage Have you heard of Job Shadow Day You can get involved in promoting inclusion and raising awareness about disability and employment in Ireland Find out more Related Links Help us promote inclusion Join the IASE today About supported employment About the IASE Open 50 Open Door for Employers Participating Employers Why get Involved Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE Unit 1 Údarás Industrial

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/open-door/why-get-involved/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Participating Employers - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Company Profile Directors Patrons Annual Accounts Strategic Plans Complaints Procedures Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter MENU Home Employer SE for Employers Benefits of SE Employers Guide CSR Grants Incentives Employer FAQ s Contact Us Job Seeker SE for Job Seekers Steps to Employment Interview techniques CV Preparation Testimonials Jobseeker FAQ s Contact Us Practitioner Membership Handbook guides Occupational and Quality Standards Resources Training Education Policy Conferences Contact Us About About IASE What is SE Vacancies Meet the team Join IASE Membership Renewal Sponsorship Donation IASE Projects Toolkit for Diversity Next Step Working A Way Trail Blazers Governance Company Profile Directors Patrons Annual Accounts Strategic Plans Complaints Procedures Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter Participating Employers Home Open Door Participating Employers Open Door Participating Employers Open 50 Open Door for Employers Participating Employers Why get Involved Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE Unit 1 Údarás Industrial Estate Belmullet Co Mayo Ireland Tel 353 0 97 82894 Email info iase ie LOGIN Membership Privacy policy Accessibility Sitemap Company Registration Number 239915 Registered Charity Number CHY 11737 Copyright IASE 2015 All Rights Reserved We use cookies on this website you can read about them here Hide

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/open-door/participating-employers/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Professional Accreditation - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Resources Training Education Policy Conferences Contact Us About About IASE What is SE Vacancies Meet the team Join IASE Membership Renewal Sponsorship Donation IASE Projects Toolkit for Diversity Next Step Working A Way Trail Blazers Governance Company Profile Directors Patrons Annual Accounts Strategic Plans Complaints Procedures Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter Professional Accreditation Home Practitioner Professional Accreditation The course uses a blended approach which combines online learning virtual tutorials and face to face workshops The Open Training College Professional accreditation The IASE has worked with the National University of Ireland NUI Galway The Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment NIUSE and the Open Training College to develop training and accreditation for supported employment professionals There are currently two courses available through the Open Training College Certificate in Supported Employment This Level 7 course is a professional qualification for people working as job coaches or employment facilitators in the supported employment sector The 12 week course will award participants with a QQI HETAC Level 7 Special Purpose Award It will provide A detailed understanding of the social and legislative context in which the employment of marginalised groups takes place A formal ground in the principles processes and best practices of supported employment The skills and tools required to work effectively as a jobs facilitator Visit the course description on the Open Training College website The Essential Supported Employment Toolkit This professionally accredited course provides an introduction to the principles and practices of supported employment During the eight week course participants will learn the core skills required to put the supported employment process into practice The course is suitable for staff and volunteers supporting people with disabilities and others with disadvantage into employment Visit the course description on the Open Training College website Related Links Supported employment for

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/the-iase-and-supported-employment-professionals/professional-accreditation/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Meet the experts - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Dr Rachel Perkins Social support more than monetary value Franz Wolfmayr Supported employment in a recession Stephen Beyer Project SEARCH Erin Riehle and Anne O Bryan Supported Employment and companies Augusto Sousa Web Coaching an alternative and complementary form of meeting individuals Emma Nilson ABLE Autism Building Links to Employment Lydia Lynas M Power Youth2Work Katherine Spare Understanding the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons Heather Logan Let me be ME Joanne Murray EQUAbilITy Eddie Higgins Training and Technology Stuart Lawler Reflection on the development evolution and challenges of supported employment Part 1 Reflection on the development evolution and challenges of supported employment Part 2 Taking supported employment in the recruitment space Lynette May Enhancing the Employment of People with Intellectual Disabilities Heikki Seppala The Validation Process Lena Gladh Sheltered Employment Sheltered Lives Bryan Dague Supported employment a Bavarian model Monika Prokesch Benefits Dole or Social Role Walkways Project Individual approaches to sustainable employment Marie Kelly International trade union employment support project Carey Ann Clarke Independence through Assistive Technology Siobhan Long Mental Health Recovery and Employment Caroline Thorpe A Community taking action Catherine Kelleher Recovering Ordinary Lives Jan McGall Supported Employment and the current labour market reality in Argentina Maria Paz Volker A better funding system for supported employment in Europe Fernando Bellver EUSE Powerpoint Employers Guide May 2013 Mary O Halloran I work therefore I am Veronika Hejzlarova An Employer s view of Supported Employment Pippa Coutts Employer Guides Improving Job Opportunities Angelika Schaft How does empowerment and self efficacy affect sustainability Therese Lundgren Confronting the challenges A Parnership Approach Peter Shields College Based Transition Services Pat Rogan AURA VITAL PROGRAMME Gloria Canals EUSE Toolkit for Diversity Edyth Dunlop Self Employment Strategies Yvonne Madden Steps to creating a winning CV Liam Horan The Same but Different Paul Wilson Expert views on enhancing the return to work in people with schizophrenia Tyna Taskila Policy and politics for supported employment Shari McDaid The IBB2 Leonardo Project Maria Cabre Sustainable Collaboration in developing countries Victoria Shocron and Carolina Tocalli Ask Not What Employers Can Do For You Grainne Berrill Managing Job Search Phil Tuckerman Job Shadow Initiative JSI Eithne Jarrett Supported Employment Results after Eight Years Victor Valenzuela Transition of youth with disabilities from school to employment in Slovenia Tatjana Dolinske EUSE HYPE Project Anne Hardy Creating the Future of Supported Employment IASE and NIUSE Conference November 2014 Belfast Northern Ireland In November 2014 the IASE and the Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment held a joint conference to mark 20 years of supported employment on the island of Ireland Browse the expert presentations and workshops below Cross border employment strategies Marion Wilkinson NDA Cross border employment strategies Terry Park DEL NI Our Future ECONOMY Implications for supported employment Angela McGowan Working with HR and Business to progress employment for people with a disability Michael McDonnell CIPD Quality Standards in Supported Employment Dr Stephen Beyer A Client driven approach to Supported Employment Peter Furlong and Kathryn Stiles KARE Teaching social

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