Radical Employability Training – EY Disability Network, 9th December 2013
Monday, 9 December 2013 from 10:00 to 16:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As part of EY’s approach to Diversity and Inclusiveness, the firm has engaged The Spring Project to run a ‘Radical Employability’ day for students and graduates with a disability or long term health condition who are thinking about a career in Professional Services. Over 3,000 students and graduates from all backgrounds have experienced these transformational training sessions run by ‘The Spring Project’.
The Radical Employability training is intended to expand a person's capacity to create extraordinary value with integrity in their life and work. The design of the programme enables people to reflect more deeply on who they are, their assumptions about how the world works, and the contribution they want to make, creating real transformation in both their perspectives and their prospects.
What does the training consist of?
The sessions go deeply into the domains of values and purpose as a basis for unlocking brilliance. The training is made up of interactive talks, paired and small group exercises, large group dialogue and regular opportunities for personal and group reflection.
There will also be an opportunity for participants to hear from and speak with members of Ernst and Young’s Disability network, to get a deeper understanding of the kind of support that EY is able to offer in the workplace. It will also be an opportunity for participants to enhance their peer network.
This event is free and is likely to be over-subscribed. If you are interested in attending please register your interest above and take the time to answer the pre-event questions. You will be contacted soon after completing the questions to let you know whether you have secured a place on the day.
Should you have any initial queries about the event then please feel free to contact Rosie Mackay at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)141 226 9500
When & Where
The Spring Project
The Spring Project is a collaborative development project bringing together job seekers, recruiters and experts to provide training. It is a not-for-profit set up in January 2010.
The Spring Project supports people in enhancing their capacity, by developing their hearts and minds.
It makes world class training available to people who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it. It supports people in learning how to create extraordinary value, enabling them to support themselves and those around them.
For more information go to www.springproject.co.uk
Past events have been attended by representatives from:
Bain, Baker & McKenzie, Bank of England, Barclays, Business in the Community, Brent Council, Centrica, Chance4Change, Childreach International, CIPD, Civil Service Fast Stream, DHL, DLA Piper, Ernst & Young, The FSA, HSBC, Institute of Civil Engineers, International Hotels Group, University of Greenwich, University of Kingston, University of London, Lambeth Council, Lloyds Register Group, Metropolitan Police, PwC, RBS, The RSA, Skills Funding Agency, Stafford Long, STEP, Tata Consultancy.