NDA Annual Conference 2014 - Employing People with Disabilities - Wednesday 29th October 2014, 9.30 - 15.30 in Croke Park Conference Centre
A comprehensive employment strategy for people with disabilities is currently being prepared and will be published later in 2014 as part of the National Action Plan for Jobs.
Ireland’s Top Companies are impacting on unemployment
Work Placement Publication reveals how Ireland’s Top Companies are impacting on unemployment by Nathalie Pavone
Disability. Remove the Label. The Carnival (4th October 2014)
Ebrington Square and the Guildhall, Derry~Londonderry was transformed in to a sea of colour and music for Disability Remove the Label Carnival.
Disability. Remove the Label Carnival – a celebration of the contribution and diversity of people with disabilities. This will bring together disability groups and individuals from across the new Derry & Strabane Council Area and we want you to get involved!!!
Leaving Certificate Result will be released on Wednesday 13 August 2014
A & A/S and GCSEs results will be released on Thursday 14 August 2014 and 22 August 2014 respectively.
Promoting the employer benefits of supported employment
Bank of Ireland supported the IASE Open Door project by providing opportunities to show case in branches in Cavan, Louth, Mayo and Sligo to assist engagement with employers and promote the business case for employing people with disabilities.
Pictured at the Open Door event "Managing for High Performance in Organisations" in Athlone, Martin Murphy (National Learning Network), Geraldine Grady (Open Door), Brian McNiece, Kotinos Partners (Keynote Speaker) and Johnny Pettit (Manager, National L
The European Union Supported Employment Toolkit for Diversity (EUSET) partnership held its fourth project meeting in Barcelona on the 8th and 9th May 2014. The project is funded by EU Leonardo Da Vinci under the Transfer of Innovation Programme and managed by ECORYS, the National Authority in th
Now in its 7th year, the experience provided on Job Shadow Day 2014 - 9th of April, has proven to be invaluable for the employers, workers and people with disabilities involved.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny took part in the IASE Job Shadow Day on Wednesday April 9th 2014, this year 650 jobseekers with disability took part in the nationwide campaign to promote ability, diversity and inclusion in the work place.