Clarion UK’s CECs work with deaf people to support their search for sustainable employment. These case studies from Clarion UK’s CECs show the work that we do and how the deaf clients benefit.
Since launching our award-winning Communication and Employment Consultant (CEC) model in 2010, Clarion UK has become the market leaders in specialist employment support providers for Deaf and hard of hearing jobseekers. As well as providing Deaf customers with communication support, we assist them with a complete range of one to one mentoring, advice, guidance and job seeking activities to effectively support them [...]
Clarion UK has been delivering an innovative, award-winning and highly successful employment support model for Deaf and hard of hearing jobseekers under the Government’s Welfare to Work programmes for the past 8 years. Our Communication and Employment Consultant model allows Clarion UK to help meet the unique needs of Deaf and hard of hearing job seekers on a National level by [...]
Our Employment Service for Deaf and hard of hearing people is now available in every Jobcentre in the UK. What this means is that our UK wide network of Communication and Employment Consultants are available to support people to help them seek, find and keep real and meaningful work. If you want to hear one of our success stories, you [...]
One of our SES clients who we helped into work has just celebrated his 1 year anniversary! Ridwan has been working at Poundland in Dagenham, restocking shelves and assisting in the warehouse. A local paper went to interview him and you can ready the full story here. http://bit.ly/2kBUeTo
Here at Clarion UK, we are always proud of our Communication and Employment Consultants (CEC) for maintaining a high level of specialist employability service for our Deaf and hard of hearing customers. It was truly heartening when Shaw Trust, one of our key contract partners on the Government’s Work Choice, recently showed their appreciation of our specialist support with positive [...]
Clarion and Ingeus do it again! Victoria Minney, one of our London-based CECs, alongside Ingeus employment advisor Kamesh Vishram worked with Kevin, a profoundly Deaf graphic designer, under the government’s Work Programme to get him into work. After achieving his dream of a career in the TV industry with Moov, through Channel 4’s Rio Production Training Scheme, Ingeus created another [...]