Careers support webinars for those with disabilities and long-term health conditions

 EmployAbility  Webinars 

 6th May, 2pm (45 minutes): Open Q & A: Your Disability and Employment Questions Answered

“The team at EmployAbility would love you to join in our series of Next Generation Inclusive Thinking webinars. Tab and Sarah will be on hand to answer any questions you may have, including any further queries about your rights under the Equality Act, the services we offer, specific adjustments for particular disabilities, our inclusive employer partners and programmes, best practice, and anything else you may be interested in. As with all our services to students, the webinar is completely free.”

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://zoom.us/j/91467025032?pwd=MGdIWEpiNUNGME54dE9Da2RHL3QvUT09
Password: 037305


13th May, 2pm (45 minutes): Adjustments in the Context of COVID-19

“The third in our series of Next Generation Inclusive Thinking webinars will look at the sorts of adjustments that are likely to result from changes in working and recruitment practices, how programmes and hiring are likely to be impacted, some of the added stresses individuals are facing, and how to use this time effectively. As with all our services to students, the webinar is free. We very much hope you will join us, as now more than ever, we want you to know that we are here to support you.”

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://zoom.us/j/98270964768?pwd=UTk2Mk1IdWNsUUczcithTTRqRWg5dz09
Password: 193025


20th May, 2pm (45 minutes): Tips for Interviews: Focus on Autism & Neurodiversity

“If you are concerned about how autism or another neurodiverse condition (such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, Attention Deficit, Tourette’s or others) may impact your chances at interview, would like specific tips, or to better understand the sorts of adjustments available and how we can support you, please join EmployAbility’s fourth Next Generation Inclusive Thinking webinar. Each of our panelists has fifteen years of experience of providing tailored, one-to-one advice to neurodiverse students, helping thousands to realise their ambitions, and guiding companies to become inclusive neurodiverse employers, through adjustments, training and changing perceptions. As with all our services to students, the webinar is free.”

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://zoom.us/j/91536508376?pwd=QUxvY21VNXBzQ2NyTHdMQ0dlQjk4QT09
Password: 191240


My Plus Students’ Club Webinar

12 May, 12pm – Boost Your Employability During Isolation

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Finding a job is challenging for everyone however add in a disability or long-term health condition and it can become even more challenging.

Join this free webinar by Helen Cooke, leading expert in disability and student recruitment and Founder of MyPlus Students’ Club, who will take you through 6 top tips that will help you boost your employability rating and prepare you for career success

During this webinar you will learn how to:

  1. Identify your ‘plus’.
  2. Write your ‘openness statement’
  3. Position your ‘differences’ positively
  4. Identify your recruitment support needs
  5. Discover disability confident employers
  6. Keep on going – even when you are rejected

We hope that you will be able to join us on 12th May. To register your interest, please email: Jo Metcalf, Content and Marketing Manager at MyPlus Students’ Club.

To find out more about boosting your employability, read Helen’s blog 6 Top tips to boost our employability whilst in isolation

Permanent link to this article: http://blogs.reading.ac.uk/careers/careers-and-disability-webinars/

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