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Project Overview
Project Rational
Aim and Objectives
Partners and Focus Groups
Project Overview
Project Outputs
Project Rational
• EUSE Supported Employment Toolkit Project
• Funded under EU Leonardo Partnership
Programme (2008 – 2010)
• Number of partners 11 (lead partner Dundee
City Council)
• 11 Position Papers
• 5 How to Guides
• Available on
Supported Employment Model
Client Engagement
Vocational Profiling
Job Finding
Employer Engagement
On and Off the Job Support
Key Learning
• Supported Employment model has been
mainstreamed in a number of EU states for
people from other disadvantaged situation
i.e. Portugal, Norway, Spain, Sweden etc
• Many common issues effecting economic
inclusion for all people from disadvantaged
• Transfer of practice
EUSE Toolkit for Diversity
Funded under the Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation
Fund and supported by the European Commission.
EUSE Toolkit for Diversity
EUSET is funded the EU Leonardo da Vinci
Transfer of Innovation Programme with support
from the European Commission
“To transfer and adapt the EUSE Toolkit for 4
cluster region groups of Europe for people from
a disadvantaged situation other than people with
EUSET Objectives
• To conduct a needs analysis in each of the
partner states regarding the economic
exclusion of specific disadvantaged groups
• To review the SE Toolkit ensuring its
applicability to specific disadvantaged groups
• To customise the SE Toolkit to meets the
needs of the specific disadvantaged groups for
the 4 cluster groups
• To test the SE Toolkit to at least 48
organisations interested in or delivering
Supported Employment
• To translate the SE Toolkit in to partners
• To deliver capacity building training to all
partners to deliver training on the toolkit to
24 organisations
• To agree minimum standards for the delivery
of the training
• To conduct an external and internal
evaluation of the project
• To agree a sustainability strategy for the
EUSE Toolkit for Diversity
1. Northern Ireland Union of Supported
Employment –Lead partner
2. Dachverband berufliche Integration
Österreich - Austria
3. Rytmus, Czech Republic
4. Kiipula, Finland
5. Theotokos Foundation, Greece
6. Irish Association of Supported Employment,
7. Skinner Cooperativa Sociale, Italy
8. Associacao Portuguesa de Emprego Apoiado
(APEA), Portugal
9. Asociacion Espanola de Empleo con Apoyo
(ASES), Spain
10. Activa, Sweden
11. Supported Employment Schweiz,
12. Status Employment Ltd, UK
Project Overview
Project Timeline - 1st October 2012 – 30 September 2014
6 Meetings
6 Work packages
Needs Analysis Report
Adapted Toolkit
Translated Toolkit
Capacity Building Training
Training Materials
Evaluation Report (interim & final)
Target Areas
• Offenders and ex-prisoners
• Young school leavers (Not in education,
employment or training)
• People recovering from substance abuse
Cluster Groups and Focus Areas
Regional Cluster
Focus Group
•Czech Republic
Young School Leavers
Young School Leavers
People recovering
from substance abuse
UK & Ireland
•Northern Ireland
Offenders and exprisoners
Project Outputs
• Needs Analysis
– Each partner conducted desk top research, focus
groups and/or one to one meetings with people
from disadvantaged situation, organisation or
policy makers
– Partners produced a cluster group report for their
focus group
– Needs Analysis Report was collated and translated
in to 9 languages
– Available on
• Each partner organised Testing and Information
sessions with at least two organisation from the
target groups and two Supported Employment
• The aim of the Testing and Information sessions was
to discuss the adaptations identified in the Needs
Analysis Report
• Agreed adaptations were made to the EUSE
Supported Employment Toolkit
• Available in 9 languages on
Capacity Building and
• Developed and delivered Capacity Building
Training for all partners to deliver EUSE
Toolkit for Diversity Training
• EUSE Toolkit for Diversity Training developed
• Each partner delivered training to at least two
target group organisation
• Minimum standards developed for deliver the
training course.
• Dissemination and exploitation – through out
the life time of the project and beyond
• Website developed –
• Internal and External Evaluation conducted
In conclusion
EUSE Toolkit for Diversity has produced:• Strong working partnership
• Demonstrated how the Supported
Employment model can be adapted to for
people from other disadvantaged groups
• Engaged with a range of organisations
representing people from other
disadvantaged situations
• Conducted Needs Analysis Report
• Adapted and translated (9 languages) the
EUSE Toolkit for Diversity
• Developed and designed capacity building
training and Supported Employment training
for the focus groups
And finally will continue to promote Supported
Employment people from other
disadvantaged situations
Thank you
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