Upcoming Events

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We have established regional Linkedin forums for members to network.

Supported Business meeting

10/12/20 14:00 to 15:30

Venue: Online using Zoom

Presenter: Mel Walls (BASE)

Guest speakers include Martin Davies, Chair of the Supported Business Steering Group

Following the success of our June workshop, BASE is organising a similar event on Thursday 10th December, from 2 to 3.30pm. The workshop will discuss the most recent developments from the Supported Business Steering Group and seek feedback from you on:

  • The operation of TESG
  • The ongoing challenges of Covid-19 
  • Funding for Supported Businesses from April 2020
  • The roll out of phase 2 of the Proof of Concept for future funding
  • Future engagement with public sector procurement opportunities

Registration is free for this event but it is open to Supported Businesses onlyRegistrations will only be accepted if a work email address is used when making the booking.

We will email your Zoom log-in details a couple of days prior to the workshop. We may need to limit places to 1 per organisation.

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Wales members forum

14/01/21 10:00

Venue: This forum takes place on Zoom and will start at 10am

Information and the online link are available from Petra Kennedy

EUSE 2022 Conference

11/05/22 (All day) to 13/05/22 (All day)

The 14th EUSE Conference on Supported Employment will take place in Oslo 11-13th May, 2022. 

The main theme will be sustainable employment and work inclusion – How to develop and secure jobs for disabled people and people in disadvantaged situations. 

Participants attending the conference will work together to exchange practice, policy, research and ideas for future competence - and best practice development. 

The Conference is being hosted by the Norwegian Association for Supported Employment (SENO) in partnership with The National Public Employment Service (Nav) and The Competence Centre for Work Inclusion at Oslo Metropolitan University. The organisers take part in a national Network for Work Inclusion - a collaborative network for SE-practitioners, researchers and policy makers. On an international level, there are partnerships with the European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE) and the World Association for Supported Employment (WASE).