Entries by Sharon Didrichsen

Recruit+/++ participants visit RealTime

Recruit+/++ participants are looking forward to visiting RealTime (http://realtime.jobs/) tomorrow to meet with RealTime’s Josh Oliver (http://realtime.jobs/our-team/josh-oliver) who is answering Recruit+/++ participants’ questions about working with recruitment agencies. Participants’ questions include: What do we need to do to help you help us? Sharon Didrichsen, of Specialisterne NI, a social enterprise which specialises in Autism in work, comments: ‘Recruit+/++ […]

Launching Recruit+/++

In Autism Awareness Month Specialisterne NI is delighted to launch Recruit+ and Recruit++, 2 new programmes designed with input from autistic people and employers to provide the supports which can help autistic people secure careers. Recruit+/++ programmes are part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme 2014 – 2020 and the Department for […]

Autism Project Worker Recruit+

    Specialisterne Northern Ireland is an Autism at Work consultancy, which opened in Belfast in April 2014. As part of the Specialisterne International Network, which spans 15 countries for 14 years, we aim to support autistic people to get ready for, secure, and sustain, rewarding careers. We are now looking to expand our team. This […]

Second Thoughts, Learning to Think Differently About the People We Meet. A new initiative for pupils on the Autistic Spectrum (aged 14-18).

In partnership with the NI Executive and as part of the Central Good Relations programme, Specialisterne NI, an Autism at Work social enterprise, is hosting a number of FREE social communication and team working workshops for pupils on the Autistic Spectrum across Northern Ireland. What will ‘Second Thoughts’ involve? Second Thoughts will involve taking part in […]

Second Thoughts, Learning To Think Differently About The People You Meet: a new initiative for pupils aged 14-18

Second Thoughts, Learning To Think Differently About The People You Meet: a new initiative for pupils aged 14-18. Specialisterne NI, an Autism at Work consultancy that specialises in social communication difference, invites pupils with social communication difference such as Autism or Aspergers to take part in Second Thoughts, a new initiative for pupils aged 14-18. […]