Seminar Theatre 6

  • Jane Hatton speaking in Seminar Theatre 6 at 11.45 - 12.15

    Speaker Name: Jane Hatton

    Seminar Title: What makes disabled people such fantastic employees?

    Why should employers be excited about employing disabled people? And how should disabled candidates ‘sell’ themselves to employers? We look at employment from the point of view of the employer and the disabled candidate to see how each can help the other. An inclusive workplace benefits everyone.

  • Rachel Davies / Stephen Smaje speaking in Seminar Theatre 6 at 12.30 - 13.00

    Speaker Name: Rachel Davies / Stephen Smaje

    Seminar Title: The Benefits of taking part in Snowsport

    What we do as a Charity that has been delivering Snowsport for over 40 years to people with ranging disabilities, in the Uk and in the Mountains Outlining the benefits of engaging in Snowsport has for us, and what equipment is available to help people get back on Snow.

  • Kathryn Knowles speaking in Seminar Theatre 6 at 13.15 - 13.45

    Speaker Name: Kathryn Knowles

    Seminar Title: Cura, The Special Risks Experts: Insuring the Uninsurable

    Kathryn will be speaking about improving access to protection insurance for people with pre-existing medical conditions. As a specialist insurance broker, Kathryn and her team have been contacted countless times by people, that have been told they are "uninsurable" This simply is not the case, it's all about understanding medical conditions, understanding the insurance industry, and knowing where to look.

  • Guy Chaudoir speaking in Seminar Theatre 6 at 14.00 - 14.30

    Speaker Name: Guy Chaudoir

    Seminar Title: How to get a job in 7 seconds

    On average a recruiter will look at your CV and decide on whether to take your application to the next stage in 7 seconds. This session from Scope’s Employment team, who support disabled people to find work, demonstrates the common reasons why a CV fails to get to that next stage and demonstrate some quick and easy ways to make your application stand out.

  • Abi Jenkins speaking in Seminar Theatre 6 at 14.45 - 15.15

    Speaker Name: Abi Jenkins

    Seminar Title: Setting Trends for a Fashionable Future

    In a world where you can buy kitchen utensils in any colour under the sun, travel mugs in a range of sizes, shapes and colours, and rugs with pictures of your pet on, it seems bizarre that you can’t get accessibility aids to match your taste - lack of imagination from designers? Or a lack of respect for the needs of the user?

  • Shezad Nawab MBE speaking in Seminar Theatre 6 at 15.30 - 16.00

    Speaker Name: Shezad Nawab MBE

    Seminar Title: Communication barriers between the deaf, disabled and hearing people in business?

    Presentation (including power point slides); an introduction to me, my successes and failures, communication barriers and thought provoking questions for you to consider for your business; workforce, diversity, blue chip companies and SME organisations. Adjusting working practises to consider: vision, body language, trust and confidence with deaf and disabled businesses. Working with British Sign Language interpreters and support workers. Utilising the DWP’s Access To Work scheme.