Welcome to The Scottish Union of Supported Employment

The Scottish Union of Supported Employment (SUSE) is the national representative body for supported employment providers and anyone interested in ensuring that disadvantaged people across our country have the opportunity of a working life.

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SUSE / Apt PSP Annual Conference 2022

We were delighted to welcome so many delegates to our joint SUSE / Apt PSP Conference in May. Over 200 delegates, online and at the venue, participated in discussions, had their say in future developments and contributed towards the design of the Centre of Excellence for Scotland’s employers. All towards our shared goal of reducing the disability employment gap.

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Apt Public Social Partnership (PSP)

SUSE is the lead partner in the Apt Public Social Partnership (PSP), on a mission to reduce the disability employment gap in Scotland. We are offering solutions that will make employers forward-thinking and confident, ultimately creating workplaces that are diverse and inclusive.

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Browse the SUSE Hub for job vacancies posted by our members, upcoming events, training opportunities or consultations. Search our database of supported employment services, the first of its kind in Scotland.

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SUSE AGM 2022

Added By: The Scottish Union of Supported Employment
Event Date: 28/07/2022
The SUSE AGM will take place on Thursday 28th July 2022 from 1pm to 3pm. Please save this date and we will share more information with you shortly. In common…

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SUSE Trustees

Company: SUSE
Location: East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, G66 3FA, United Kingdom
Salary: £Voluntary Position
Closing Date: 27/07/2022

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Glasgow City Council

The Glasgow Supported Employment Service is a team of job coaches who support people with learning disabilities and / or autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) to find and keep full time jobs