SUSE is scoping members' training needs and capacity to provide training.
Employability providers, including supported employment providers, are increasingly working with clients who have a range of complex barriers to work, some of which maybe outside that agency’s expertise. For example, people who have disabilities or long-term health conditions which, in the past, haven’t been the core business of the supported agency in question. This means that employment support workers are required to have increasingly wide knowledge of many disabilities. As a collective body, SUSE has that knowledge. Click here to see how it proposes to work with members to disseminate that knowledge and expertise.
Applications are invited for an Operations and Quality Assurance Manager, in Jersey.
The upcoming general meeting for supported employment agencies will provide an update on supported employment development, and develop a response to the DWP review of specialist disability programmes.
BEMIS are organising a 2 day Glasgow based conference called ‘Tackling Poverty and Social Exclusion in Europe through Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education in Adult Learning’.