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March 26: Ready, Willing and Able: Susan Scott-Parker on Making it Easier for Employers to Say Yes

Summary: 
Join Inclusion BC for a workshop for Executive Directors, CEO’s, program managers and front-line staff on how agencies can change the conversation about employment.

Ready, Willing and Able:
Susan Scott-Parker: Making it Easier for Employers to Say YES
March 26, 2013 | 10 am - 4 pm
 
Note: This event will be preceded by the Ready, Willing and Able Launch Breakfast. Please indicate when registering that you would like to attend the breakfast as well.
 
Susan Scott-Parker is founder and chief executive of Employers’ Forum on Disability (EFD), the world’s leading employers’ organization focused on disability, which includes over 100 global companies and employs around 20 per cent of the UK workforce. Join Inclusion BC for a workshop for Executive Directors, CEO’s, program managers and front-line staff on how agencies can change the conversation about employment.
 
Scott-Parker says, “Making employment easier for employers means making employment easier for people with disabilities.” She will lead conversation on understanding the needs of employers, provide examples of best practices and successful inclusive employment, and conduct a master class on the business benefits of becoming “disability-competent.” 
 
COST
$60 for Inclusion BC Members
$75 for Non-Inclusion BC Members
 
WHERE
Coast Coal Harbour Hotel
1180 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
 
REGISTER ONLINE
 
ACCOMMODATIONS
Rooms are available at the Coast Coal Harbour Hotel for the discounted rate of $139.00. Please call the Coast Coal Harbour at (604) 697-0202, and inform them that you are attending "Ready, Willing and Able" with Inclusion BC.
 
CONTACT
Lynne Kates
ckates@inclusionbc.org
604-777-9100 x. 503
 
For more info and to register, visit
www.bcacl.org/susan-scottparker
 
Thanks to the Ministry of Social Development for their support: