Clarion UK’s Employment Training Workshops are specifically designed to address the barriers that Deaf jobseekers encounter
The workshops are run over 8 sessions which follow the 'job search pattern' from seeking and understanding adverts through to attending an interview, getting into employment and beyond.
Each workshop session is run for 3 hours. There are 24 teaching hours in total with an expectation that the individual will complete self-study and independent job search
- Identifying Skills
- Job search
- Understanding Job Adverts
- Application Forms
- Work Ethics – Rights and Responsibilities
- Preparing for Interview
- Mock interviews
All participants are measured before and after the training and are able to demonstrate 'soft outcome' progression.
For more information:
Read case studies from companies who have already implemented our Employment Training for Deaf People Workshops.
Employment Training for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People
At each step of the way we will work with participants to fully understand and address their barriers, removing the obstacles that are preventing them from moving into employment.
Let us give your organisation a hand
If you would like more information on our employment support for deaf people then please contact Bob Marsh on 01763 209001 or email email@example.com.
We are here to make the process easy, the first time and every time after that!
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What our clients say
It was a delight to watch the confidence of our clients build with each day they attended the course. The sense of community they formed contributed to each individual's sense of self-respect and self-belief, which then led to significant progression in their job-searching ability and interview skills.
Clarion UK and our team in Manchester are making good progress in supporting disabled people to find sustainable employment. Through bespoke training and workshops the scheme is helping deaf jobseekers to improve their confidence and gain motivation to search for work independently.