Disability Programs – Be inspired to be effective
Employees with a disability can be the most motivated and productive employees that your organisation will ever find. Did you know that on average disabled employees take half the number of sick days than able-bodied employees?
KBT’s Disability programs aim to help your organisation recruit and retain employees with a disability. Through a combination of motivation and inspiration mixed with practical and pragmatic guidance, KBT can ensure your business has the confidence to employ the best people available, and ensure that disability is no barrier to your business performance.
Training programs in the area of disability are managed (and delivered) by Jamie Dunross, a Paralympic gold medallist and renowned ocean sailor.
Keogh Bay Training – Programs
Keynote speeches, talks and presentations: Following his success in the 2000 paralympics and his record-breaking circumnavigation of Australia in 2010 Jamie has gained a reputation as a dynamic and motivating speaker. Jamie’s presentations cover mine safety, trauma recovery, living with a disability and overcoming the odds – his talks are in demand at schools, conferences, clubs and business events around Australia.
Disability Awareness program: In KBT’s disability awareness program, Jamie covers the barriers to communication between abled-bodied and disabled people, the business case for disability employment, disability recruitment and retention and the labour market – all through entertaining and challenging activities and stories. The program is half a day long. Mentoring: Jamie is also available to act as a mentor for employees with a disability who need support to integrate into the workplace, develop confidence and teamwork skills.
Disability Employment strategies: With partner company Keogh Bay Consulting (KBC) we can work with you to develop a clear plan for improving your organisation’s recruitment and retention of disabled employees.
Contact Jamie Dunross to discuss your access and disability needs, firstname.lastname@example.org or 0439 529 520.