Be Better at Creating an Inclusive workplace for disabled people

Event Details

Date: 
Thursday, 5 October, 2017 -
12:00 to 14:00
Venue: 
9 Norwich Business Park, Whiting Road, Norwich, NR4 6DJ
Member Rate: 

This is free to attend for Chamber Members

Non-Member Rate: 

These free sessions are for members only. Find out about joining here

This training will help members to increase their understanding of the barriers disabled people face in entering employment and in the workplace. This will help members ensure they are offering a work place that is inclusive and creating a diverse workforce which will benefit companies and organisations.

You will learn:

This training will help members to increase their understanding of the barriers disabled people face in entering employment and in the workplace. This will help members ensure they are offering a work place that is inclusive and creating a diverse workforce which will benefit companies and organisations

3 top tips you'll walk away with:

• Understanding some of the barriers disabled people face in entering employment

• What an inclusive workplace looks like

• Some useful resources to support employers 

In this session Julia Ajayi, Scope will be your host.

About Julia

Julia Ajayi has been working at Scope for over two years as the Community Engagement Programme Manager for the Local People Programme. This programme is funded by The Peoples Health Trust and works in five locations across the UK including West Norfolk.  The programme engages disabled people and their families to identify local issues that are important to them and provides support to help people take action.

Julia is passionate about ensuring that disabled people are fully included in society and before working at Scope Julia led Headway Hertfordshire, providing support to people with acquired brain injury. She continues to be involved with Headway as a trustee. Julia has also spent many years working overseas and is now living with her family in the village that she grew up in.

 

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