Working in partnership, Talent Match Humber—a Big Lottery Fund programme aimed at helping young people into employment in the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership area—has developed the This Ability initiative to give the local business community a single point of reference for information, advice and guidance.
This Ability steering group was developed by Talent Match Humber on behalf of Humber Learning Consortium, Job Centre Plus Disability Confident, PADD, The Humber LEP, Hull CCG, East Riding CCG and others.
This feasibility study has been co-produced by CRESR SHU, Talent Match Humber and PADD to find out how well the Talent Match Humber in-work support model is working in helping young people with disabilities and/or learning difficulties into sustained employment and work progression. The comic book was created as an accessible format of the academic report created from the findings of this study.
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Siemens Gamesa and Sewell Facilities Management were among the winners at the This-Ability Employer Awards
Companies including Smith & Nephew and MPH Fulfilment are up for honours at the This-Ability Employer Awards 2018
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