The Scottish Union of Supported Employment (SUSE) is the lead partner in the Disability Employment Gap Public Social Partnership (PSP), which has been commissioned by Scottish Government.
The PSP aims to increase employers’ confidence, awareness, and capacity to recruit and retain disabled employees. They will provide free, online introductory support and training sessions throughout March on topics related to fair and equal recruitment and employment practices, with the next taking place on Monday 22nd March, 11am – 1pm.
For a full list of the PSP’s available training sessions, and to book your place, please visit the Eventbrite page.
Alternatively, for all of SUSE’s online courses and training, visit the SUSE website.
The PSP will also deliver 5 pilot projects focused on the following workstreams over the next 12 – 14 months:
- Employment within the Public Sector
- Attracting and Recruiting
- Under Represented Groups
With in each pilot project, the PSP would like to work with forward-thinking, inclusive, innovative and creative employers, whether or not they have previous experience of employing disabled people. They invite employers to note their interest in being involved with these projects now.
For further information on the pilot projects (including information on how to get involved), please view or download the Pilot Project Information Document as a pdf.
Alternatively, to register your interest in being involved, or for further information, please contact David Stewart by phone: 07305064282, or email: David.Stewart@susescotland.scot