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CETL Special Interest Group: Careers Management and Diversity Disability, placement and graduate employment © SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY CAREERS & EMPLOYMENT.

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1 CETL Special Interest Group: Careers Management and Diversity Disability, placement and graduate employment © SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY CAREERS & EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 2008

2 Aims To understand how we can support our students with disabilities develop employability skills throughout their time at university, during their placement year and into employment.

3 Objectives Understand the impact of disability on graduate destinations. Discuss the university's responsibility Raise awareness of employability support services internally and externally Explore ideas for integrating disability issues within curriculum and placement preparation Understand more specific issues facing different student groups e.g. students with Asperger's Understand an employer's perspective and positive action strategies

4 DRC report ‘Disability Briefing 2005’ In autumn 2004 the overall employment rate for disabled people in Britain was 51% compared with 81% for non disabled people

5 AGCAS Reports What Happens Next? A Report on the First Destinations of 2005 Graduates with Disabilities Disabilities Task Group Published March 2007

6 AGCAS Destinations Reports Comparisons made between 2003, 2004 and 2005 reports in terms of : Employment Unemployment Employment Sector Type of Disability

7 Employment Rates ( ) The overall margin between disabled and non-disabled graduates entering employment is shrinking

8 Unemployment by Disability

9 2005/6 SHU Destinations of Graduates All stude nts Known Disability No Known Disability HESA Activity%Count% Full time paid work68.8% %69.2% Not employed and not looking3.0%123.7%2.9% Part time paid work10.2%3811.7%10.1% Permanently unable to work/retired 0.0%00%0.0% Self-employed/freelance1.6%61.9%1.6% Something else5.7%175.2%5.7% Start job within next month0.6%10.3%0.7% Temporarily sick/Looking after home or family 0.5%20.6%0.5% Time out to travel1.9%41.2%2.0% Unemployed and looking7.0%3711.4%6.7% Voluntary work/other unpaid work0.6%51.5%0.5% Grand Total % %

10 D&S Known Disability No known Disability HESA ActivityCount% % Full time paid work6558.6% % Not employed and not looking54.5%432.2% Part time paid work1311.7% % Permenantly unable to work/retired 10.1% Self-employed/freelance32.7%221.1% Something else54.5%1226.3% Start job within next month 80.4% Temporarily sick/Looking after home or family 10.9%130.7% Time out to travel21.8%261.3% Unemployed and looking1311.7%1105.7% Voluntary work/other unpaid work43.6%120.6% Grand Total111100% %

11 O&M Known Disability No Known Disability HESA ActivityCount% % Full time paid work3066.7% % Not employed and not looking24.4%242.9% Part time paid work48.9%566.7% Self-employed/freelance12.2%70.8% Something else24.4%354.2% Start job within next month 60.7% Temporarily sick/Looking after home or family 30.4% Time out to travel 253.0% Unemployed and looking511.1%627.5% Voluntary work/other unpaid work12.2%10.1% Grand Total % %

12 H&WB Known Disability No Known Disability HESA Activity Count% % Full time paid work4270.0% % Not employed and not looking11.7%151.8% Part time paid work1016.7% % Self-employed/freelance 131.5% Something else11.7%414.8% Start job within next month11.7%91.1% Temporarily sick/Looking after home or family 11.7%20.2% Time out to travel23.3%182.1% Unemployed and looking23.3%374.3% Voluntary work/other unpaid work 40.5% Grand Total % %

13 ACES Known Disability No Known Disability HESA ActivityCount% % Full time paid work6560.2% % Not employed and not looking 43.7%525.6% Part time paid work1110.2%899.5% Self- employed/freelance 21.9%303.2% Something else98.3%636.8% Start job within next month 70.8% Temporarily sick/Looking after home or family 30.3% Time out to travel 222.4% Unemployed and looking %9810.5% Voluntary work/other unpaid work 80.9% Grand Total % %

14 Additional Links/Resources – a useful resource for students, staff and employers

15 Helen Kay – SHU Disability Duty Simon Mellors – SY Police: An Employer Perspective

16 Support Agencies Helen Tomlinson – Access to Work Stacey Johnson – ACES PEEU Alison Barnett & Clare Mendhan – Job Steps Stefan May – JobCentrePlus Jason Hanson – Remploy Margaret Burke - DSST


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