An employment assessment toolkit for professionals who work with blind and partially sighted people.
This toolkit is for employment professionals who work with blind and partially sighted people and is made up of two documents.
Full details of how to use the toolkit are given within the documents.
The Assessment tool is available to download in four different formats: PDF, Word, Word non-breaking table, and Word text only.
This toolkit is copyright RNIB 2013, and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Licence.
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Between 2010 and 2013, RNIB and the University of Birmingham carried out a three-year, action-based research project to help improve the employment prospects of blind and partially sighted people. Working alongside a group of employment specialists and approximately 100 blind and partially sighted people, we designed and tested:
The design of the employment assessment toolkit was based on an iterative, feedback and evaluative model, to ensure that employment advisers and blind and partially sighted job seekers were at the heart of its development.
Download our summary report, which outlines the project's key findings, main activities and impact:
The full enabler research report is available in our employment research section.
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