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  • Event of Interest - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Event of Interest Home Conferences Employer News IASE Projects Blog Event of Interest June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Blog Conferences Employer IASE Projects News December 2 2014 The 20th IASE Annual General Meeting AGM takes place on Tuesday December 9 2014 in the Ashling Hotel Park Gate Street Dublin 2 from 11 30am to 1 30pm Registration and networking from 11 00am 11 30am In addition to the business of the AGM IASE have an excellent line of guest speaker presenting on topics of interest to staff working in the supported employment sector Some of the Topics covered at the event will include Pathways to Work Employer engagement Assistive technology Online recruitment Training and education Full details of the event is available via http www iase ie pages job shadow annual general meeting html Hope to see you there All welcome Comments are closed 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

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/event-of-interest/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Farry addresses cross border supported employment conference - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    with disabilities and other barriers to work The Creating the Future of Supported Employment conference co hosted by the Northern Ireland Union for Supported Employment NIUSE and the Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE explored the key issues and barriers that people with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups have to overcome in order to fully participate in employment or employment related activity The Minister said My Department is currently finalising a new Employment Strategy for People with Disabilities across Northern Ireland in close partnership with the local disability sector and other stakeholders This Strategy will set a framework for the development of services to further support people with disabilities move into learning and employment It is encouraging to see a number of the key themes of this conference mirror the draft proposals within the new strategy including topics such as Transition Action Planning for young people supporting self employment for people with a disability employer engagement in work support and Supported Employment The conference signified twenty years of close partnership working between NIUSE and IASE who work with representatives from all sectors to promote paid employment opportunities for people with disabilities It included a number of keynote plenary speakers along with interactive workshops and enabled delegates to discuss emerging strategies and interventions to assist people with disabilities and other barriers move into training and education programmes as a step towards paid employment It also focussed on the need to have ongoing support that would help those who make the successful transition to remain in work and indeed progress within their job role The Minister continued My Department s Disability Employment Service has a good working relationship with NIUSE member organisations many of which deliver programmes and services on behalf of the department They are very knowledgeable about disability employment issues

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/farry-addresses-cross-border-supported-employment-conference/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Cross Border Supported Employment Conference - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    sports and public sectors throughout the United Kingdom and Europe Dr Michael Wardlow The Chief Commissioner for the Equality Commission for N Ireland a public appointment he has held since March 2012 In September 2009 Michael set up a freelance consultancy in which role he specialises in assisting organisations nationally or internationally based which are working in the broad area of equality citizenship cohesion integration peace building and reconciliation Until August 2009 he was the Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education www nicie org a post he held from 1995 Prior to this following 7 years in commerce the majority of his work experience both paid and in a voluntary capacity has been in the area of peace building and reconciliation focusing on youth work and leadership training During this time he worked in almost 40 countries including two years spent in Uganda following the overthrow of Idi Amin working with the Ugandan church in community development and famine relief work and three years with the European Alliance of YMCA s in East and Central Europe facilitating the development of the voluntary sector after the removal of the Communist regimes Angela McGowan The Chief Economist Danske Bank Angela joined what was then Northern Bank in 2008 from the Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland ERINI where she worked as a Senior Economist She has 20 years experience in the economics field having begun her economics career as a Research Associate in the Economics Department at Queen s University She also previously worked in the former Northern Ireland Economic Council as a Senior Economist As Danske Bank chief economist Angela provides analysis commentary and insights on Northern Irish UK and global economic trends in particular those elements of economic performance which impact the Bank s personal and business portfolios She regularly provides commentary on issues impacting the local economy in regional and national media and also reports on local economic statistics and trends to colleagues in the Danske Bank Group Dr Stephen Beyer The Deputy Director of the Welsh Centre for Learning Disabilities Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neuroscience Cardiff University Cardiff Wales UK Dr Stephen Beyer has published widely for many years on supported employment transition from school and day centre reform for people with disabilities Michael McDonnell Managing Director CIPD Ireland the professional body for HR and people development CIPD have over 130 000 members internationally working in HR learning and development people management and consulting across private businesses and organisations in the public and voluntary sectors As an independent and not for profit organisation CIPD are committed to championing better work and working lives for the benefit of individuals business the economies and society because good work and all it entails is good for business and society at large and what is good for business should also be good for people s working lives Dr Helen McQuillan Project Leader Let s Get Started an action learning project led by Brothers of Charity

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/cross-border-supported-employment-conference/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Over 600 to ‘shadow’ at 500 workplaces throughout Ireland - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    great progress in recent years in promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities in the workforce however research still indicates that people with disabilities in Ireland are only half as likely to be employed as the rest of the working age population The Job Shadow initi ative has proven to open doors to the workplace by raising awareness amongst employers and highlighting the skills abilities and positive contribution people with disabilities can and do make at work Job Shadow Day is designed to give individuals with disabilities the unique opportunity to discover and learn about the skills and education required to succeed in the work place Now in its 8 th year the experience provided on Job Shadow Day has proven to be invaluable for the employers workers and people with disabilities involved Last year over 625 individuals with a disability shadowed at 501 employment sites in Ireland with 34 securing a permanent job placement as a direct result 113 jobs have been secured through the initiative since 2008 Padraig O Ceidigh IASE Patron commented If you are an employer I encourage you to embrace National Supported Employment Week by engaging with the Job Shadow program This is a real opportunity to create a wonderful experience with our community in a way that makes a real and lasting difference Let s together create better and more inclusive communities This year the IASE is inviting the public to join the conversation on social media tweeting a workplace selfie under the hashtag workie or taking a 60 second video explaining why you support Job Shadow Day IASEemployment Ireland s number one recruitment website IrishJobs ie is the main sponsor of National Supported Employment Week and the Job Shadow initiative Orla Moran General Manager at IrishJobs ie said It is fantastic to see

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/over-600-to-shadow-at-500-workplaces-throughout-ireland/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Over 750 employers to inspire careers of job seekers with disability - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Over 750 employers to inspire careers of job seekers with disability Home Employer Job Seeker News Events Blog Over 750 employers to inspire careers of job seekers with disability June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Blog Employer Events Job Seeker News February 19 2015 The eighth annual Job Shadow Day will see more than 750 employers sign up to this year s Job Shadow campaign with almost 500 placements expected from companies who will participate for the first time Job Shadow Day an initiative of Irish Association of Supported Employment IASE gives people with disabilities the unique opportunity to discover and learn about the skills and education required to compete and succeed in the work place The experience provided on Job Shadow Day has proven to be invaluable for the employers workers and people with disabilities involved to date Job Shadow has provided of 3 000 shadowing opportunities and over 120 jobs for people with disabilities Host companies provide a work place mentor who will be shadowed for a day allowing a job seeker to gain a greater insight into a particular job Former participants include An Taoiseach Enda Kenny celebrity chef Neven Maguire and radio personality Ray D Arcy and Saturday Night Show presenter Brendan O Connor The day is supported by a professional job coach who will providing guidance and assistance to both the job seeker and the host company making the day a very positive experience for all involved The IASE a national organisation headquartered in Mayo which promotes equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups IASE is leading the way when

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/over-750-employers-to-inspire-career-choices-of-job-seekers-with-disability-2/ (2016-02-07)
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  • The Employers Guide to Supported Employment - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 The Employers Guide to Supported Employment Home Job Shadow Campaign Employer Job Seeker The Employers Guide to Supported Employment June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Employer Job Seeker Job Shadow Campaign August 22 2014 About the guide The Employers Guide to Supported Employment developed by Irishjobs ie and STEP Supported Employment in association with the IASE is a great resource for employers The guide is a plain speaking easy to navigate document providing information to employers in all areas relating to disability in the workplace Areas covered by the guide include accessibility reasonable accommodations recruiting and interviewing bullying in the workplace grants and incentives managing people with disabilities and disability awareness training You can browse The Employers Guide to Supported Employment here The guide was developed with the support of the following agencies Comments are closed 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

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  • Managing for High Performance in Organisations - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Managing for High Performance in Organisations Home Employer Job Seeker News Events Managing for High Performance in Organisations June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Employer Events Job Seeker News May 26 2014 IASE Open Door host Breakfast Briefing on Managing for High Performance in Organisations IASE in association with the National Learning Network EmployAbility Roscommon and ROWO are hosting a FREE Breakfast Briefing on Managing for High Performance in Organisations on Friday 20th June from 8 00am 9 30am in Athlone Springs Hotel Monksland Athlone Co Westmeath Brian McNiece Managing Director Kotinos Partners will be the keynote speaker for the event Kotinos Partners has spent the past 10 years researching leaders of performance environments for example in Business Google Toyota Ryanair Sport NZ All Blacks FC Barcelona Kenyan Olympic Athletes the Arts Kirov Ballet Curtis Institute of Music RADA Military US UK Special Forces and many other sectors in the pursuit of understanding the dynamics that fuel high performance Brian states that a key role of any Owner Manager CEO or Leader is to facilitate and create an environment that triggers performance improvement in their people and organisation But what are the specific factors that stimulate such performance improvement In this session Brian will provide insights from Kotinos unique research into high performance institutions drawing out the learning from them and outlining the core capabilities needed to build and maintain a high performance culture within any organisation Other speakers include Martin Murphy National Learning Network and Eithne Jarrett EmployAbility Roscommon who will highlight supports and incentives to companies recruiting people with disabilities This briefing session will be of interest to Owner Managers

    Original URL path: http://www.iase.ie/managing-for-high-performance-in-organisations/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Job Seeker - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    local candidates come canvassing more Diversity is connected to business success June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Employer Job Seeker News April 25 2014 Diversity and inclusion represents incredible business and economic potential innovation is spurred by different perspectives With changing demographic technology advances diverse perspectives linked in common purpose can drive innovation and growth for companies in Ireland more Appreciating the Assets of Aspergers and Autism in the Workplace June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Employer Job Seeker News March 21 2014 Appreciating the Assets of Aspergers and Autism in the Workplace Insights from the SAP Specialisterne Global Initiative The CIPD Western Region working theme for 2013 2014 was HR Unlocking Potential and Leveraging Talent The last event of the year is sponsored by Matrix Recruitment Group www matrixrecruitment ie and IASE www iase ie the event will focus on the SAP Global Initiative in collaboration with Specialisterne recruiting people on the autism spectrum more Job Shadow Day what can your workplace gain June 9 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Employer Job Seeker Job Shadow Campaign News March 12 2014 European roll out of initiative in 2015 following Irish success Ireland Tuesday 11th March 2014 The Irish Association for Supported Employment IASE today announced the seventh annual National Supported Employment Week which will take place from Monday 7th Sunday 13th April 2014 Job Shadow Day Wednesday 9th April is the high point of the week and will see hundreds of people with disabilities take the opportunity to shadow a workplace mentor as he or she goes about a normal working day The IASE is calling on businesses throughout the country to support equal employment opportunities and sign up at www iase ie to participate more The Language of Disability June 9

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