Disability & Employability
- Diversity Matters: Equality & Mental Health (AGCAS)
- What Happens Next? Destinations of Disabled Graduates (AGCAS)
- What Happens Next? Ten Year Overview (AGCAS)
- Access to Work Factsheet (DWP)
- Disability Disclosure
- Telling People about your disability (Disability Alliance)
- Disclosing Disability (InterAct)
You can identify Disability Friendly Employers here:
For assistance with job hunting and support whilst working:
For more detailed information about your employment rights check out the equality Act:
The informative AGCAS video “Get that job: a guide for disabled graduates” includes guidance and information on identifying disability-friendly employers; job applications and disclosing as well as adjustments in the workplace. You can access them by using your University name and password.
GOWales Achieve through Work Experience Programme
This is a new project which aims to support students who are identified as being under-represented in the graduate jobs market because of barriers faced accessing work experience during their studies.
The GO Wales Team, based within the Careers & Employability Service, Neuadd Rathbone, will work with you and local employers to arrange tailored work experience to suit your needs to increase your chances of obtaining graduate level employment upon leaving university.
To be considered for the project you must be Under 25, studying a full time HE course and have legal right to live and work in the UK.
Further eligibility criteria apply and can be viewed on the website
- www.greatwithdisability.com Very informative starting point with useful links and tips
- www.usemyability.org.uk/index.php?p=2000 Employability & Disability Project