Employability of People with Disabilities – The International free Webinar Program
We are delighted to offer, together with our international partners, monthly webinars on inclusive employment of people with disabilities
The main goal of the webinar will be to share knowledge and information from around the world about good practices and innovations that aims to promote the integration of people with disabilities in the labor market, whether by supported employment or sheltered workshops.
Clearly there are many stakeholders, from the government, the private and the third sectors, that seek to increase labor force participation amongst people with disabilities. However, it seems that all those stakeholders do not have a platform that enables them mutual learning and knowledge sharing, both in the national and international levels.
We believe that by participating in this virtual employment forum, we could all donate to filling this void and encourage an international professional discussion and promote international cooperation's in relation to promoting the employment of people with disabilities, all that by sharing knowledge about local legislation, local policies, local services and new trends.
In the next couple of weeks, we will publish the annual webinar program. Each webinar will be dedicated to a specific issue and will include a 30 minutes lecture/presentation by one of the webinar network member and it will be followed by a 30 minutes discussion and opportunity to raise questions.
The webinar is free of charge and all that it takes to be a part of it is filling the form bellow.
For further information or suggestions of topics or lecturers for the next Webinars, please contact:
Michal Alfasi – Hanley
Webinar Coordinator, Shekulo Tov Group
The webinar is an initiation of the International Development Team of Shekulo Tov Group, a non-for-profit organization that provides vocational rehabilitation and supported employment services to people with disabilities in Israel.
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