As a Disability Confident Committed Employer at Antrec we have committed to:
Ensure our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible:
Communicate and promote vacancies:
Offer an interview to disabled people
Anticipate and provide reasonable adjustments as require
Support any existing employee who acquires a disability or long term health
condition, enabling them to stay in work
At least one activity that will make a difference for disabled people.
Nearly 7 million people of working age in the UK are disabled or have a health condition. Historically there has been a significant gap between the proportion of disabled people employed compared with non-disabled people.
Encouraging applications from disabled people is good for business. It can help to:
increase the number of high quality applicants available
create a workforce that reflects the diverse range of customers it serves and the community in which it is based
bring additional skills to the business, such as the ability to use British Sign Language (BSL), which could result in large savings
The costs of making reasonable adjustments to accommodate disabled employees are often low.
The benefits of retaining an experienced, skilled employee who has acquired an impairment are usually greater than recruiting and training new staff.
Are you aged 19 plus? Do you live in the Liverpool City Region? Antrec can provide you with the skills needed to be better equipped to find employment.
Check out what courses we have on offer or contact a member of the team today!
@PhvHcv24Hr Learners & potential drivers are free to train wherever they please. Antrec being an accredited provider is just one way we can support individuals to get into the trade. Regards.
@PhvHcv24Hr As we are an accredited training provider for Sefton Council when it comes to the Level 2 Taxi and Private Hire Driver VRQ. Regards.
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