Evenbreak and Midlands Apprenticeships working together

Midlands Apprenticeships and Evenbreak are delighted to announce a new partnership that will see the two companies working together to recruit people with disabilities into Apprenticeship roles. Midlands Apprenticeships latest vacancies are now being posted on Evenbreak’s not-for-profit, specialist online jobs board. The service is used by many thousands of candidates so Midlands Apprenticeships is expecting … Continue reading Evenbreak and Midlands Apprenticeships working together

Training Opportunities at the National Trust

Training programme seeks applicants to learn new skills and gain experience at heritage properties From beautiful historic houses and gardens to inspiring landscape and coastline, National Trust places welcome millions of visitors of all ages every year. The Trust is now seeking applicants for the next intake of its ‘Passport to your Future’ training programme … Continue reading Training Opportunities at the National Trust

How Accessible is Britain? We need your help!

  I'm always keen to help other social enterprises, especially those geared towards helping disabled people, and this is a great one! Stewart White runs "Accessible Britain", and I'll let him tell you all about it:   Welcome to Accessible Britain, a new and exciting organisation and website set up by disabled people for disabled … Continue reading How Accessible is Britain? We need your help!

Spotlight on Talent – Mandy

The variety of talent available within our candidates always amazes me. What a difference they could make to the workplace, given an employer prepared to look beyond the disability to the skills and talents behind.  Mandy has a BSc (Hons) in Information Technology from the University of Salford. She has worked in IT for 22 years in the … Continue reading Spotlight on Talent – Mandy

Spotlight on Talent – Iva

Here is another in our "Spotlight on Talent" series, demonstrating the huge diversity of talent available at Evenbreak. Iva is a Veterinary Surgeon, a Member of Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London, who graduated in 2010. Her experience is as a Veterinarian on a poultry farm from 2010-2012. Before her graduation Iva was working as a manager of a poultry market 2008-2010. … Continue reading Spotlight on Talent – Iva

Positive about Autism

Whilst I try to avoid sweeping statements about any groups of people, it was pleasing to read this article about why one company are actively seeking employees on the autism spectrum. A German-owned global software company, SAP, claims that people with autism can have a unique talent for information technology. Their  executive Luisa Delgado said that "Only by … Continue reading Positive about Autism

Guest Blog: Making Jobs Accessible for Everyone

A guest post today, with some good advice on making jobs accessible for all. In these times of economic uncertainty, getting the right person to fill a job vacancy has never been more important, and making sure that your job advert reaches as many people as possible is the first step in the process. Ensuring … Continue reading Guest Blog: Making Jobs Accessible for Everyone