Spending money on employment supports doesn’t necessarily mean that there is an increase in the number of people in work.
Employment Pathways looks at how money is currently being invested (for example in job coaching and employment preparation courses) and the outcomes of that investment. This enables authorities/services to target money to deliver a real impact.
A two-day workshop (with a month between the two days) that can focus on either housing or employment, from either a mental health or learning disability perspective (or both). It will introduce ideas and techniques for reviewing investment and delivery strategies and, by supporting you to quantify current outcomes, help to deliver changed approaches that will improve performance as measured by the PSA indicators.