SERVICES WE OFFER
- Initial interview
- Work assessment and feedback
- Work readiness program me
- Work experience
- Job placement
- Job coaching
- Support for candidates, families and employers
HOW DOES THE SERVICE WORK?
- Initial interview –
followed by an application that may be made to the Workability Service where the candidate’s suitability will be established.
- Work assessment –
A successful application is followed by a period of assessment to determine the candidate’s work skills and competence.
- Work readiness programme –
Work readiness groups and pre-vocational training are available. Assistance with career guidance and drawing up C.V’s is provided.
- Work experience placements –
Placements are arranged as part of the work readiness program me and provide an opportunity for developing specific skills prior to entering a permanent working environment.
- Job placement –
If the candidate is found to be able to work on the open labour market, a suitable and relevant placement will be sought. The Service will represent the candidate to potential employers and assist with an evaluation and job analysis of opportunities in their business.
- Orientating and training –
of the candidate on the job is provided alongside support for fellow employees and the employer. Counselling is provided in respect of any reasonable accommodation needed in the work place to meet the needs of the person with special needs.
- Regular ongoing re-assessment and support –
for the employer and candidate is provided through telephonic contract and/or work visits as needed.
- Job Coach –
The candidate in a permanent position has a job coach who provides guidance and support. This ensures a smooth transition into the workplace and enables the candidate to reach their potential.