2021 Online Conference
Let's Work it Out. Deaf young people and employment.
If you missed our conference Let’s Work it Out: Deaf young people and employment, you can now purchase all the recordings and resources from the day. Discover inspirational and useful information to help you support deaf young people as they transition from school, college or university into employment.
What's included in the conference catch-up
Over 10 hours of on-demand content that you can view at a time and place to suit you. Once purchased, you will have unlimited access to the conference catch-up until 30 November 2022. All presentations have BSL interpretation and captions.
- View recordings of presentations by expert leaders and practitioners
- Watch question and answer sessions
- Download PowerPoints for easy reference
- Watch videos and download useful resources from exhibitors
- Certificate of completion for proof of professional development
The conference catch-up costs £90.
Ready to sign up?
Simply click the button below.
1. You will be directed to our online training portal where you will need to register or login (depending upon whether you have previously completed training with us).
2. Please note the login details for our online training portal are different to the login details you use if you are a National Deaf Children's Society member.
3. Once you are logged in you can complete your purchase via PayPal and then begin viewing the conference catch-up.
4. If you would prefer to pay by invoice please email [email protected].
Together we can make a difference in closing the employment gap.
Designed for professionals, employers and organisations to gain knowledge, skills and confidence in working with deaf young people on their journey into working life.
Young people played a central role in the conference; you will have the opportunity to learn about personal experiences first-hand from deaf young people in employment.
- How you can support deaf young people to access opportunities and move into work, including volunteering, work experience, and employability programmes.
- The broad range of jobs and careers available to deaf young people.
- Tools and resources available for providing tailored careers support to deaf young people.
Deaf people work in a wide range of roles from doctors to musicians to electricians. With the right support deaf people can work everywhere but are twice as likely to be unemployed as their hearing peers. Deaf young people are poorly informed about their rights and the support available to them in the workplace. However, through your support we can together make a difference in closing the employment gap.
If you have any queries about our on-demand conference catch-up please email [email protected].