Become Disability Confident

Pledge your commitment to disabled people and a more inclusive workplace. ‘‘Disability Confident’’ is a government accreditation. There are three different levels that you can aquire, and with our support and expertise we can guide you through each step and ensure that you meet the criteria for accreditation.
 
About Disability Confident:
•Working alongside a Disabled Persons User Led Organisation in order to meet accreditation requirements
•Remove barriers to disabled people and those with long term health conditions in employment
• Enabling businesses to draw from the widest possible pool of talent
• Improved brand awareness and profile
• Ease of progressing through each accredited level by working with a Disabled Persons User Led Organisation and accessing Disability Equality Training
We are proud to have recently supported TLT Solicitors and eXPD8 Field Marketing to gain the level 3 Disability Confident Leader status. 
 
If you are interested in learning more about how to become Disability Confident, then please contact us directly.
 
 Mark Thurgood, Co-Owner of eXPD8 says; “Disabled people can bring a wealth of talent and different perspectives to an organisation, and I want to encourage more companies to make sure they’re not missing out on this huge, untapped pool of talent. We’re proud to be a fully inclusive employer helping to positively change attitudes, behaviours and cultures”
 

 

 

 

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Next week @WECILBristol are collaborating with @CfDHoH to host an event to get your views on the support provided by @BristolCouncil's SEND Sensory Support Service as part of our work for the @VoiceInfluenceP
details here https://t.co/vUmyhNoyl7 #haveyoursay #voice

This is such a valuable learning experience for WECIL, what a fantastic project to be a part of. #employment #learn #shareideas https://t.co/AZq6hJgZH4
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Listening to disabled people at CRPG who are on an employability project reminds me of the similar work we do at @WECILBristol - They’re on a professional & educational certified course that will lead to them having an internship with a company in #porto https://t.co/vaeAEpSvGN

What do you think of the clean air proposal? Will you be affected? There will be a live Q & A session next week with @MarvinJRees so if you have any questions or worries then you can feedback. We want to make sure that the disabled community are able to travel easily in Bristol. https://t.co/0bGqfsmitW
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My next Facebook Live Q&A on Tues 19 November 18:30-19:30 will be a #CleanAirZone special

Ask me any questions you have about our proposals at https://t.co/LQFHEVFEGp

If you’re not on FB, you can submit questions in advance by commenting on this tweet or using #AskBristolMayor https://t.co/JFqFC6iEB6
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