SEN Employment links: Working with Employers and Trainers to support Young
The international project Special Education Needs Employment Links prioritises supporting transition into the labour market from vocational education and training (VET) and further education (FE), for disadvantaged learners: young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
The SENEL project's development work focuses on three outcomes:
- portable exhibition of best practises
- tool for employers: 'A Mini Guide for Employers of Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disability'
- tool for young people with SEND: 'The Passport to Employment for Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities'.
The SENEL project is coordinated by the University of Northampton, School of Education. This collaborative project comprises partners, with direct experience and complementary skills, from the United Kingdom, Finland, Germany and the Czech Republic.
Contact information: Maija Hirvonen, project manager, +358400505137, email@example.com, JAMK University of Applied Sciences