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  • 15 Steps to Writing Winning CV’s - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 15 Steps to Writing Winning CV s Home News Events Blog 15 Steps to Writing Winning CV s June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Blog Events News January 8 2015 15 Steps to Writing Winning CVs Join us for this unique online workshop programme develop your skills at your own desk save on travel costs and out of office time The workshop is presented online 90 min including Q A session using easy to use Webinar software all you need is an internet connection and speakers or headphones Extensive resource material will be provided to participants to complement each session and certification will be provided 15 Steps to Writing Winning CVs can be booked as a single workshop running Thursday 15th of January at 2 30pm or as part of seven complementary themed Thursday afternoon sessions running throughout 2015 See the full 2015 programme here The workshop presenter Liam Horan MD of Sli Nua Careers is an experienced career consultant nationally published careers columnist with thejournal ie 12 regional Irish newspapers and is a regular contributor to careers discussions on regional and national radios in Ireland Liam is a media and interview trainer award winning journalist and broadcaster entrepreneur business mentor and consultant as well as an internationally certified user of Thomas International s Personal Profile Analysis PPA and its related instruments Members of IASE 50 per session all in package 280 payable in advance Non members of IASE 60 per session all in package 350 payable in advance To register please fill

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  • EMPLOYER SUPPORTS INFORMATION - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    accessible toilets assistive technology amplifiers for telephones etc Job Interview Induction Interpreter Grant JIIG is available to cover the costs of an interpreter up to a defined maximum for a three hour period for interview and induction purposes where an interviewee or new staff member is deaf hard of hearing or has a speech impediment Personal Reader Grant PRGS is available to blind or visually impaired persons who are in employment and who need a Personal Reader to assist them with job related reading Such reading is part of the employee s duties but due to the nature of their visual impairment they cannot perform reading duties themselves The grant to be paid will be based on a fee per hour in line with minimum wage Where there is a requirement for technically qualified readers the fee to be paid will be looked at on an individual basis and may be higher Wage Subsidy Scheme WSS WSS provides financial incentives to employers outside the public sector to employ disabled people who work more than 20 hours per week The Scheme is structured in three strands The employer can benefit from one or all simultaneously Strand I subsidy is a general subsidy for any perceived productivity shortfall in excess of 20 for a disabled person in comparison to a non disabled peer An employee must work a minimum of 21 hours per week up to a maximum of 39 hours per week The rate of subsidy is 5 30 per hour and is based on the number of hours worked giving a total annual subsidy available of 10 748 per annum based on 39 hour week Strand II is based on the total number of disabled employees in a company an employer can apply for a grant to cover additional costs ranging from an additional 10 for 3 6 employees to a maximum of 50 of the wage subsidy for 23 disabled employees Strand III is where 30 or more disabled people are employed employers can avail of a grant of 30 000 per annum to assist with the cost of employing an Employment Assistance Officer The successful job seeking applicant is required to give up his her primary social welfare payment on commencement of employment under this scheme To down load an application form go to http www welfare ie en pdf Wage 20Subsidy 20Scheme 20Employer 20Application pdf Disability Awareness Support Scheme DASS DASS assists the integration of disabled people into the workplace and helps to eliminate mistaken perceptions about them It is available to all companies in the private sector who are interested in employing retaining or relating to people with disabilities Grants of 90 of eligible training costs up to a maximum of 20 000 are available to private companies in the first year and 80 in the second and subsequent years Eligible costs include actual fees paid in respect of external trainer s fees for in house staff training open learning computer web based training programme fees

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  • Caroline Ball and Minister Michael Ring launch ‘Open 50′ project - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Caroline Ball and Minister Michael Ring launch Open 50 project Home Employer News Open Door Events Blog Caroline Ball and Minister Michael Ring launch Open 50 project June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Blog Employer Events News Open Door December 4 2014 Caroline Ball from Louisburgh in Mayo was joined by Minister Michael Ring at O Cee s Coffee Shop in Westport to officially launch the Open 50 project on Monday Open 50 aims to see over 50 businesses throughout Ireland commit to employing a person with a disability by April 2015 as part of the Open Door initiative Following a very successful work placement at O Cee s in August 2013 Caroline was offered part time employment at the busy coffee shop and has since been an integral member of their team The Open Door initiative is an exciting project that will support employers as they take the first steps to hiring a person with a disability Initially the project will operate across the Border Midlands West BMW region with plans to extend nationwide in 2015 A series of employer events have taken place highlighting the business benefits of hiring and retaining employees with disabilities using the supported employment model and the team is now meeting individually with interested employers to work through the process with them The initiative is open to businesses of all sizes and within all industries we work with job seekers employers and disability services IASE would encourage any employers and job seekers interested in participating in Open 50

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  • News - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    employee potential investing in business skills and wellbeing Mayo Ideas Week is a series of idea generation entrepreneurship and business events hosted by development and enterprise support agencies along with organisations in Co Mayo Established in 2010 Mayo Ideas Week targets industry sectors with growth potential in Co Mayo and now has a wide range of partners supporting and contributing across many enterprise sectors more Local business The winning formula June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet News Open Door August 15 2014 An IASE Open Door event in association with Mayo Ideas Week 2014 Harlequin Hotel Castlebar Co Mayo Thursday September 18 th at 5 30pm until 7 30pm more EUSE President recognised in the Queens in the Honours list June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Events News August 6 2014 EUSE President Margaret Haddock and Chairperson of Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment was recognised in the summer honours list Order of the British Empire MBE for her services to people with disabilities in Northern Ireland more SSNO funding secured Scheme to Support National Organisations June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet IASE Projects News July 7 2014 Phil Hogan T D Minister for the Environment Community Local Government this week announced funding of 8 015m over the coming two years to 55 national community and voluntary organisations The funding under the Scheme will contribute an annual amount of approx 4m to the Sector subject to the annual budgetary process more Express your support to equality and inclusion in the work place June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Employer News June 19 2014 Membership of the IASE is open to individuals organisations and businesses who are committed to inclusion and equality through supported employment There are many great

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  • Best Practice Awards – the people who are making a difference - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    comments yet Awards Employer Job Seeker News January 17 2014 What a fantastic few months year in fact we ve had here at the IASE Our last Job Shadow Day in April 2013 saw close to a 20 per cent increase in the number of employers taking part in the one day initiative to raise awareness about ability and disability in Irish workplaces As if that weren t enough the day also resulted in 25 jobs created for people with disabilities who were offered employment by their Job Shadow host companies Then in June we welcomed hundreds of experts and delegates from more than 30 countries around the world to examine some of the latest developments and innovations in the field of employment and disability over three days in Croke Park for the European Union of Supported Employment EUSE Conference In September hundreds of employers professionals and individual Job Shadow Day participants including An Taoiseach Enda Kenny were recognised in the Department of An Taoiseach for their work to promote equal employment opportunities for people with disabilities In November we held our Annual General Meeting AGM and launched our three year strategy Opportunities for Renewal and Equality which sets out six IASE priorities for 2014 to 2016 we ll be posting plenty of blogs about the strategy over the coming weeks To top it all off our last major event of the year was the National Best Practice Awards These awards honour and celebrate the employers employees services and job coaches who have gone above and beyond and demonstrated excellence and leadership in furthering social inclusion through employment The National Best Practice Awards are really one of the highlights of our year at the IASE Because this is the day when the tireless efforts of the people on the ground who are putting in the hours going the extra mile every day doing the work building the foundation and overcoming barriers are really in the spotlight where they should be This year we used the slogan Celebrating the Champions of Supported Employment And champions is really the right word the only word for the people we met in City Hall Dublin on December 3 They have taken a model called supported employment which is only words a concept until someone puts it into practice makes it real and useful and applies it to make a genuine difference in Irish society We had Christy Lynch there the founder of the IASE and a pioneer of supported employment in Ireland and in many other countries around the world Christy received an outstanding achievement award Also there on the day were representatives from Kare who support people in Kildare Carlow Offaly and Wicklow They scooped an impressive five national awards including Employee of the Year for Anita Mills from Kildare Town Access from Kilkenny also impressed with three awards including winning the overall Job Shadow Day Award and Job Coach of the Year STEP Supported Employment s Mary O Halloran was the very

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  • Excitement building ahead of National Best Practice Awards - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    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 Excitement building ahead of National Best Practice Awards Home Employer News Awards Excitement building ahead of National Best Practice Awards June 9 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Awards Employer News November 21 2013 Excitement is building here at the IASE ahead of our National Best Practice Awards ceremony on December 3 in City Hall Dublin Nominations have come in from all over the country for employers employees job coaches disability services volunteers and IASE members whose work and achievements in 2013 have contributed towards a more inclusive society by promoting supported employment This year s IASE National Best Practice Awards coincide with the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3 The theme for this year s international day is Break Barriers Open Doors for an Inclusive Society and Development for All which strongly reflects the mission and values of the IASE The Best Practice Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of employers employees disability services volunteers and more in the area of supported employment in Ireland The winners across seven award categories including Job Coach of the Year Employer and the Year Employee of the Year and Outstanding Achievement will be announced at the ceremony Special guests at this year s awards include Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton TD Dublin s Lord Mayor Oisín Quinn and leading Irish entrepreneur and former Aer Arann chairman Padraig O Ceidigh We look forward to announcing the winners in City Hall

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  • Taoiseach took part in the national Job Shadow Day 2014 - 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 Taoiseach took part in the national Job Shadow Day 2014 Home Job Shadow Campaign Events Taoiseach took part in the national Job Shadow Day 2014 June 11 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Events Job Shadow Campaign April 11 2014 Lisa McEvoy from Green Gables Training Centre a part of the St John of God Menni Services was delighted to shadow An Taoiseach on National Job Shadow Day 2014 Lisa is in her 2nd year of training towards employment programme at Green Gables Rehabilitative Training Centre where the students train in community development media studies preparation for work numeric and literacy studies amongst others Job Shadow Day gives people with disabilities the unique opportunity to discover and learn about the skills and education required to compete and succeed in the workplace Now in its 7 th year the experience provided on Job Shadow Day by host companies has proven to be invaluable for the employers workers and people with disabilities involved Following on from its success in Ireland National Supported Employment Week to include Job Shadow Day is set to rollout in Europe with 12 countries already interested in taking part in 2015 Ireland s number one recruitment website IrishJobs ie is the main sponsor of National Supported Employment Week and the Job Shadow initiative with Shell also supporting the Job Shadow Day through the Corrib Project local grants scheme Find out more on the IASE website here Tags Job Shadow Day Taoiseach Enda

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  • Job Shadow Campaign - IASE – Irish Association of Supported Employment
    April 9 th Job Shadow an initiative of IASE is a national campaign to promote supported employment and delivered in partnership with employer large and small state and semi state agencies and disability services throughout the length and breadth of Ireland Last year over 460 individuals with a disability shadowed at 439 employment sites in Ireland with 27 securing a permanent job placement as a direct result Following on from its success in Ireland National Supported Employment Week is set to roll out in Europe with 12 countries already committed to take part in 2015 in association with the European Union of Supported Employment EUSE 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 Job Shadow Day dragonfly A symbol of diversity and ability June 9 2015 By IASE Admin No comments yet Job Shadow Campaign News November 21st 2013 The Irish Association of Supported Employment introduced a new symbol for Job Shadow Day in 2013 Our dragonfly with the tag line Working for Inclusion has been added to all of the publicity material for

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