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.
Find out how disabled pople can contribute to any workforce if some reasonable adjustments are made, or how you can find out more. Call now on 01482 327438.
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