Contact Us

Supported Employment Toolkit for Schools

Date of Event: 15 Apr
Location: online
Aims: This course aims to link supported employment principles to career education in secondary schools
Timings:
9.30am - start
1.00pm - finish
- Three Days
This is a training course designed for school staff delivering career education to differently abled students. The tutor will guide learners through the core values of supported employment and a toolkit will be made available to professionals supporting differently abled young people

 

The Careers Hub CIoS and BASE (British Agency for Supported Employment) joined forces to offer you a fantastic opportunity to widen your knowledge on supported employment practice.

Designed for professionals preparing young people with additional support need for the world of work, this course aims to cover the following learning outcomes:

  • Raising aspirations about what young people can achieve through understanding the core values that underpin supported employment
  • Understanding the model of supported employment and how this is applied in education
  • Understanding vocational profiling and how this can be done in education
  • Understanding how to engage with employers
  • Understanding the job matching process
  • Understanding how to balance the needs and wishes of jobseekers with the requirements of employers (including job carving)
Printable image

The course will be delivered via Zoom over three dates ( 15th of April, 19th of May and 15th of June) by Kathy Melling and Liz Mellor. Each session will start at 9.30am and run until 1.00pm, with 2 breaks in between.  All training sessions are recorded and made available to participants for up to 30 days (or longer under specific request), allowing learning flexibility, as we understand that technical problems and/or other commitments might get in the way!

This is a great CPD opportunity, offering you additional tools to ensure valuable time in education is used to best prepare (young people aspiring to enter the world of work) for adulthood with jobs and sustainable careers.

Sessions will be delivered using a range of techniques to ensure interaction and give the opportunity to network; you will learn about inspiring examples of best practice both, nationally and internationally and the tutors will facilitate discussions aimed to identify opportunities within your local community and regional context. Handouts will be provided and no homework will be required.

After completing the course, you will get a certificate of attendance from BASE which goes towards your CPD.

There are 16 spaces available.