This Inclusivity Employment Toolkit drawn up by the Open Doors Initiative is aimed at assisting companies working with our three groups – people with disabilities, refugees and asylum seekers and youth from disadvantaged backgrounds. It was created by O’ Herlihy Access with input from the UNHCR and Irish Youth Foundation.
Hopefully, it will assist you in your work with these groups and answer some questions you may have.
It is the first of future aids to help you in your work, particularly in terms of employing and working with people from marginalised groups and offering ways of meeting challenges and creating a better working environment for all.
The Open Doors Free Online Training will help you to build the confidence and key employability skills needed to secure your next job.
Created specifically by Accenture, one of our partner companies, to meet the needs of jobseekers, this training will help to prepare you for the entire journey to work, from finding and applying for a job, to being successful in the workplace.
Accessing the Open Doors Free Online Training is easy, just follow these three steps:
What makes a ‘good’ CV? What layout is most appropriate?
Why is there no such thing as a ‘one size fits all’ CV?
Being able to identify and talk about the transferrable skills you have gained to-date is so important when thinking about your career options, applying for jobs, and answering interview questions.
How can you pick out and showcase these skills?
How do you get started with your career journey?
How do you make sure you are submitting the best quality application possible?
What are the tips and tricks to good communication?
How can you demonstrate you are the best fit for the job?
What is the effect of your body language?
Who can see your online activity and why does it matter?
Why should you build an online professional network?
How can you use this to your advantage?
What does it mean to be professional? Why are first impressions so important?
What is expected of you in the workplace?
What should you know about living and working in Ireland?