PAS 150 the Vocational Perspective – Beth Carruthers, Director of Employment Services, Remploy
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A presentation about Remploy (the leading provider of sustainable employment opportunities for disabled people and people facing complex barriers to employment) and how they are using PAS 150 to ...

A presentation about Remploy (the leading provider of sustainable employment opportunities for disabled people and people facing complex barriers to employment) and how they are using PAS 150 to deliver all aspects of rehabilitation, both community and vocational rehabilitation.

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PAS 150 the Vocational Perspective – Beth Carruthers, Director of Employment Services, Remploy Presentation Transcript

  • 1. PAS 150 : The vocational perspective Beth Carruthers Director of Employment Services Remploy 30 th April 2010
  • 2.
    • Remploy is a leading provider of sustainable employment opportunities for disabled people and people facing complex barriers to employment
    • Our Mission: to transform the lives of disabled people and those experiencing complex barriers to work by providing sustainable employment opportunities
    About Remploy
  • 3. Delivering our mission
    • We deliver our mission and vision through:
      • Our Enterprise Businesses
      • Our Employment Services
  • 4. Enterprise Businesses:
    • Network of 54 factory based businesses
    • Direct employment of nearly 3,000 disabled people
    • Providing trainee placements for skills development
    • Producing and delivering world-class products and services to public and private sector clients in across a range of sectors including:
      • Automotive supply chain
      • Furniture
      • Textiles
      • E-cycle
  • 5. Employment Services
    • Last year supported we helped disabled and disadvantage people into 10,000 mainstream jobs
    • Delivering Welfare to Work programmes to help disabled and disadvantaged people to find and retain mainstream employment:
      • WORKSTEP
      • Flexible New Deal
      • Pathways to Work
      • Wellbeing through Work (Wales)
    • Wellbeing Services to help people retain employment
  • 6. PAS 150 and Remploy
    • Through our operations in EB and ES Remploy delivers all aspects of rehabilitation covered in PAS 150
      • Early and specialist rehabilitation
      • Community rehabilitation
      • Vocational rehabilitation
    • We are committed to the highest professional standards and delivering improved experiences for our customers
    • We believe PAS 150 can help shape delivery to bring improved quality, efficiency and value of rehabilitation
    • services
  • 7. PAS 150 – impact on service delivery
    • Delivery of clearly defined service delivery
    • Framework for designing services matched to customer needs
    • Measuring impact of interventions against desired outcomes
    • Drives professional standards and best practice
    • Services delivered by skilled and qualified professionals
    • Empowers customers to take control of their rehabilitation programme
  • 8. Our approach to service delivery
    • Early intervention and VR as first response
    • Person centred support to meet individual needs
    • Support to address vocational, physical, psychological and social aspects of disability, injury or illness in the workplace
    • Complimenting traditional medical models
    • Joined up working with medical, occupational health and vocational rehabilitation professionals
    • Effective partnerships with employers and employees
    • Services delivered by professional and associate members of the Vocational Rehabilitation Association
  • 9. Benefits of PAS 150
    • PAS 150 will help all providers of rehabilitation deliver consistent and improved levels of service
    • Helps our customers and service users regain control of their own future
    • Helps people transform their quality of life through independence, improved health and wellbeing and meaningful and sustainable employment
  • 10.
    • Any questions?
  • 11.
    • Thank you