Great to see the About Me Passport launched. Professor Kirby was a part of the group developing this and now available to download for jobseekers with learning difficulties, disabilities or other barriers to provide information on their best methods of having good conversations and guidance. Download it, print it out, complete it and then […]
See our latest Research bulletin highlighting the data findings using Profiler and discussing the approach taken and lessons to be learned. See research bulletin
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! 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.
In recent research undertaken by Do-IT Profiler examining data from Work Programme more than 2500 participants, we have shown that those who ask for help if they are unemployed are 10X more likely to gain employment than those who don’t ask at all. This may be related to a number of factors such as self […]
This bulletin will demonstrate the relationship between interview skills confidence and job outcomes. Please see the link to the bulletin: http://doitprofiler.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Data-influencing-outcomes.pdf.
The attached bulletin will describe how variations in home support can impact on work outcomes. Using DO-IT Profiler analytical tools the relationship between home challenges and work outcomes has been correlated to see how this impacts. Go to research bulletin:http://doitprofiler.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Home-help-.pdf
Professor Kirby, chair of Movement Matters UK hosts the DCD UK consensus meeting at University of South Wales on January 26th, 2017.
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 […]
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.