Fair Opportunity Inclusive Recruitment Program
Fair Opportunity is an award-winning program designed to remove barriers to inclusion and provide a fair opportunity for higher educated persons with disabilities and SENs. The program brings together leading companies who are committed to inclusive recruitment with a targeted talent pool of higher educated persons with disabilities and SENs. Since 2016, CareER has delivered the Fair Opportunity Program in the partnership with Community Business who has first introduced the program in 2013.
For Participating Companies
- Profile your company as an employer of choice for talent with disabilities and SEN and showcase the range of opportunities that are available in your organization
- Build your disability confidence, gaining firsthand knowledge and experience in attracting and recruiting disabled students
- Gain direct access to a potential talent pool of candidates with disabilities
For Higher Educated Persons with Disabilities and SENs
- Build your aspirations and realize that a career in a wide range of different sectors is an achievable goal
- Build your confidence and capability through targeted workshops and advice from employers
- Meet with leading employers, who are committed to inclusive recruitment, and learn more about the opportunities available
The ABLE Model
To maximize participants’ experience and learning, the Fair Opportunity Program is designed based on CareER’s ABLE Model which has four key aspects:
- Business Needs
Click to learn more about The ABLE Model.
The 3 Key Components
The Fair Opportunity Program comprises three key components:
|13 Sep, 2019 (Fri)|
2 – 5:15pm
|Building Disability Confidence Employers Forum||Inclusive Employers|
|27 Sep, 2019 (Fri)|
2 – 5pm
|Capability Building Workshop||Higher Educated Persons with Disabilities / SENs|
|12 Oct, 2019 (Sat)|
9am – 2pm
|Inclusive Recruitment Fair||Inclusive Employers and|
Higher Educated Persons with Disabilities / SENs
How to Apply?
If you are a company representative who is committed to promoting workplace inclusion for people with disabilities and SEN, please contact Ada Lee by email@example.com.
Higher Educated Persons with Disabilities and SENs
If you are a university student or graduate with disabilities and SENs who strives for career development in corporate, NGO and social enterprise sectors, please contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org