Reported mental health challenges common in unemployed – person centred approaches important

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The latest research bulletin from Do-IT Solutions shows the interaction between mental health, learning difficulties such as Dyslexia and job outcomes.  See attached bulletin for more detail. With 54% of people reporting mental health challenges in a Work Programme cohort, there is a  need for advisors to be able to ask appropriate questions and have […]

First impressions count

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First impressions count! In 2500 Work Choice candidates, those reporting they were not interested in their appearance at all or very little influenced their job outcomes.By explaining this  finding to candidates and supporting them in their preparation for interviews this can make a difference to their job outcomes.

Vocational profiling-aiding supported employment

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Professor Kirby delivered a workshop with colleague Derek Grove, from North East Autism Society and Kathy Melling from BASE. This session described first the basics about vocational profiling which Kathy Melling explained clearly and the different stages in this process. Professor Kirby then went on to describe the key benefits of Do-IT Profiler and how […]

Do-IT attending Pitch at the Palace

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Professor Amanda Kirby attended Pitch at the Palace on November 2nd, 2016  in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and HRH Prince Andrew, representing  the company as one of the finalist organisations. Congratulations goes to Drenched-well-deserved winners.

ADHD and offending

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Professor Amanda Kirby will be speaking at Taunton to health professionals about ADHD and Youth Offending at the Taunton Conference Centre, Somerset College, Wellington Road, Taunton, TA1 5AX on August 24th 2016.

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