Equality & Diversity

In line with the University of Chester’s firm commitment to diversity and equality, Careers & Employability is committed to supporting a diverse student and graduate population, to meeting all students’ particular needs, and eliminating discrimination. As a department we support and promote equality in the services we offer and to the clients and employers we work with.

Downloads

 

§     AGCAS Diversity Matters Downloads: AgeDisability and Mental HealthEx-Offenders,GenderRaceSexual OrientationSocial and Class Issues and Transsexual and Transgender Issues

§     AGCAS: Working with Disabled Students and Graduates (AGCAS Disability Task Group Resource Pack)

§     AGCAS: Working with disabled students and graduates - case studies

§     Disability FOCUS Guide - Employability

§     Radar: Doing Careers Differently: How to make a success of your career while living with a disability or health condition

§     (University of Manchester) Employment Support & Disclosure for Disabled Students

§     Transition to Work for Disabled Students: Careers Support in Higher Education

§     The Undiscovered Work Force; looking for a job

§     MIND Cymru Employment, Mental Health & Wellbeing

§     Equality at the University of Chester

§     UK ABA Autism Education Competence Framework, November 2011

 

Websites

 

§     AbilityNet

§     Access to Work

§     Action for Blind People

§     Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS)

§     BBC Extend Scheme

§     Blind in Business

§     British Dyslexia Association - Applying for Jobs and Promotion

§     Disability Now

§     Disability Toolkits

§     Dyslexia Foundation

§     EmployAbility

§     Equality and Human Rights

§     Equality UK

§     Health for Work

§     Home Office UK Border Agency

§     Mind - Employment

§     Nidirect Government Services

§     Prospects, the UK's Official Careers website - Equal Opportunities

§     Race for Opportunity

§     Royal National Institute of Blind People - Employment

§     Shaw Trust

§     Skill - National Bureau for Students with Disabilities

§     Stonewall Starting Out Career Guide

§     Targetjobs - information on key diversity issues related to employment

§     The Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA, formerly UKCOSA)

§     The National Autistic Society Prospects Employment support

§     The UK National REcognition Information Centre (NARIC)

§     GradLink ASEAN

 


 



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