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  • Contact Us - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Contact Us Home About IASE Contact Us Get in touch with IASE With any question or to find out more about IASE our services and advice we can offer please complete the form below Mandatory fields marked Additional contact details are listed at the bottom of the page Contact Us Name Email Organisation Phone Your Enquiry Enter code below Postal Address IASE Unit 1 Údarás Industrial Estate Belmullet Co Mayo Ireland Tel 353 097 82894 Fax 353 097 82895 E Mail info iase ie About IASE What is SE Meet the team Join IASE Sponsorship Donation Contact Us Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE Unit 1 Údarás Industrial Estate Belmullet Co Mayo Ireland Tel 353 0 97 82894

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  • SE for Job Seekers - IASE – Irish Association of Supported 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 SE for Job Seekers Home SE for Job Seekers Supported employment is a system used to support people with disabilities to find and secure a job of their own choosing in the open labour market The IASE believes everyone has the right to work However people with disabilities sometimes face a lot more barriers when it comes to finding securing and keeping a job compared to other working age adults In Ireland a person with a disability is just half as likely to be employed as the rest of the working age population Did you know Research shows that one third of people with a disability who are not at work would be interested in a job if the circumstances were right That s where supported employment can help Supported employment can put you in touch with someone who is specially trained sometimes called a job coach or an employment facilitator in this area and who can help to put the right types of supports in place to support you towards finding securing and keeping a job Related Links Find your local service today How does it work Benefits of supported employment Become a member of the IASE SE for Job Seekers Steps to Employment Interview techniques CV Prep Testimonials FAQ s How does supported employment work Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE Unit 1 Údarás Industrial

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/se-for-job-seekers/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Steps to Employment - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    trained employment facilitator sometimes called a job coach The job coach will usually follow a five step process Step one Finding out about you The job coach works with the jobseeker to find out all about their past work experience training skills interests ambitions and work goals This is called vocational profiling The job coach will work with the jobseeker to set realistic work goals and put a plan in place as to how they can reach those goals Step two Deciding the next steps to take Because supported employment and the support it provides is always tailored to best suit the individual circumstances of the jobseeker the process is flexible Any steps the job coach takes with or on behalf of the jobseeker are always decided in full agreement with the jobseeker Steps three and four Meeting with employers and finding a job The job coach can help with job finding They may help the jobseeker approach employers or approach employers on the jobseeker s behalf The goal is always fairly paid employment in the open labour market The entire system is focused on the principals of dignity individuality empowerment confidentiality self determination informed choice flexibility and accessibility Step five What supports are needed The type of support each client needs differs from person to person Some of the supports might include Assistance with CV preparation and interview training Support to arrange training for the jobseeker or work experience placements to gain experience or explore the jobseeker s areas of interest Working with employers in the community to identify suitable vacancies Matching a jobseeker to a suitable job vacancy in the locality If employment is secured working with the jobseeker and the new employer to see what type of supports are needed to make the employment a success Supports

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/steps-to-employment/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Interview techniques - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    interview process to help the interviewer find someone great to fill their job vacancy and they already think it could be you otherwise you wouldn t have gotten the interview There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to interviews However there are some standard do s and don ts Here are ours For more great advice in this area visit our friends at Irishjobs ie Do Make sure you know about the company and the job in question Your interviewer is likely to ask you at least one or two questions about the company so you need to be able to talk on the subject Dress professionally Consider sticking to darker colours In general it is a good idea to play it safe and be conservative rather than taking a risk with a daring outfit Arrive early Be polite and cordial to everyone even outside the interview room Consider yourself in interview mode as soon as you get near the building The person you skip ahead of in the coffee shop next door could very well be on the interview panel Try to remember the name of anyone you are introduced to Offer a firm handshake and make eye contact Know your CV inside out If you have something in your CV you have to be able to speak at length about it if required at the interview Be prepared to answer questions about your salary expectations Back up your statements and claims where possible with real life examples from previous work situations Don t Be too modest You have to sell yourself An interview is no time to downplay your achievements or abilities Sell sell sell Criticise your previous employers It can reflect badly on you if you complain about your previous employers or former colleagues

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/interview-techniques/ (2016-02-07)
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  • CV Preparation - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    In the meantime here are five general guidelines to preparing an eye catching effective CV To read more articles on CV preparation visit our friends over at Irishjobs ie Keep it simple Don t waffle Use clear concise language and keep it as simple as possible Don t try to use a big word when a small one will do Keep sentences short and snappy Bullet point your statements and keep them to one or two lines each When you are finished read it then shorten it You will be surprised at how much unnecessary text you can remove in this way Sell yourself Your potential employer wants to know what abilities or skills you can bring When giving information on any past experience or achievement try to measure your achievements to really sell yourself as a potentially valuable asset to an employer For example if you helped to increase sales Don t say Helped to find new leads and developed new sales strategies and markets for sales team Do say Helped to grow new sales by 10 per cent over six months Clean and clear Choose an easy to read format In general you shouldn t use italics or fancy fonts Keep it simple and maintain the same format throughout the entire document Give each section a clear heading and use bullet points Check out these great CV templates over at Irishjobs ie Add your skills Your career history is important but your unique skill set is also important List five or six skills that will help you to stand out and which are very importantly relevant to the job offer For example do you have a great eye for detail Do you have advanced computer skills Can you speak languages Are you artistic with an eye for good

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/cv-preparation/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Testimonials - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Testimonials Home Testimonials Coming Soon SE for Job Seekers Steps to Employment Interview techniques CV Prep Testimonials FAQ s How does supported employment work 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

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  • Jobseeker FAQ’s - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    Plans Complaints Procedures Contact Us News News updates Events Blog Gallery Newsletter Jobseeker FAQ s Home Jobseeker FAQ s Q What is supported employment A person with a disability may face additional barriers when it comes to finding and securing a job on the open labour market Supported employment offers practical supports to employers and employees to break down those barriers Q What is a job coach A job coach is a trained employment and disability expert who works one to one with a jobseeker to support you towards setting and reaching employment goals Q How much does the service cost The services of your local supported employment agency are free Q Am I eligible to use the service Supported employment is offered to individuals with a disability who are interested in finding a job in the open labour market The IASE can put you in touch with your local service Q Where can I find my local agency You can find your local supported employment agency through this website or by telephoning the IASE on 094 82894 Q What type of supports are available Supports are tailored to each individual depending on their specific goals and requirements Supports can involve assisting with CV preparation job hunting approaching employers support during the interview process on the job training or ongoing work site visits or supervision The supports are very varied Q What kind of pay can I expect You will be paid the going market rate for your role and responsibilities Q What about a job contract The terms and conditions of your employment will be the same as an employee who is not using supporting employment Q Will my Department of Social Welfare payment be affected It may be However quite often a payment is not affected Your job

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  • Practitioner - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Practitioner Home Practitioner The IASE and supported employment professionals Many supported employment professionals are members of the IASE The IASE provides resources training advice and support to supported employment professionals throughout Ireland This section of our website contains a vast range of information for supported employment professionals Here is a quick guide to what s in this section IASE membership If you are a supported employment professional you should consider IASE membership It is easy and costs very little to sign up Find out more Handbook and How To Guides The IASE was part of a pan European project in 1990s to develop a handbook and a series of guides for supported employment professionals Find out more Quality standards It is important to know and strive towards the best practice quality standards in supported employment Find out more Training and education Find out about training and education opportunities for professionals in supported employment Find out more Upcoming events See upcoming IASE events which you may be interested in attending View Events Policy Read about the IASE s work in the area of policy making Find out more You may also be interested in Job Shadow Day Get involved get working and get inclusive by taking part in the IASE s fun national day of awareness Job Shadow Day Read more Best Practice Awards Why not nominate your service a supported employment professional employer or employee for a national supported employment award Read more IASE news Read all the latest IASE news Ezine Keep up to date with all that is happening in the Irish supported

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