VIAS - APT Public Social Partnership Training

SUSE is the lead partner in the Disability Employment Gap Public Social Partnership (PSP) which has been commissioned by the Scottish Government. A PSP is a strategic partnering arrangement which gives the third sector the opportunity to design future public services by trying and piloting new ideas and approaches.

The Disability Employment Gap PSP is a unique and forward-thinking initiative in the Scottish employability landscape. We aim to contribute to the ambition set by the Scottish Government in The Fairer Scotland for Disabled People – Employment Action Plan, to half the Disability Employment Gap by 2038.

VIAS are delighted to chair a workstream dedicated to under-represented groups of disabled people and to work in partnerships with others to deliver a capacity building programme to enable businesses to recruit and retain a diverse and dynamic workforce.

Values Into Action Scotland promotes rights, choice and control for people with learning disabilities and individuals on the autistic spectrum.

We believe in a Scotland where people with learning disabilities or autism have the same opportunities as everyone else and are supported to achieve these goals, whether to work, live where they want or to have a relationship.

SUSE is the lead partner in the Disability Employment Gap Public Social Partnership (PSP) which has been commissioned by the Scottish Government. A PSP is a strategic partnering arrangement which gives the third sector the opportunity to design future public services by trying and piloting new ideas and approaches.

The Disability Employment Gap PSP is a unique and forward-thinking initiative in the Scottish employability landscape. We aim to contribute to the ambition set by the Scottish Government in The Fairer Scotland for Disabled People – Employment Action Plan, to half the Disability Employment Gap by 2038.

VIAS are delighted to chair a workstream dedicated to under-represented groups of disabled people and to work in partnerships with others to deliver a capacity building programme to enable businesses to recruit and retain a diverse and dynamic workforce.

Values Into Action Scotland promotes rights, choice and control for people with learning disabilities and individuals on the autistic spectrum.

We believe in a Scotland where people with learning disabilities or autism have the same opportunities as everyone else and are supported to achieve these goals, whether to work, live where they want or to have a relationship.

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