Team celebrates achieving coveted award
Optalis SES receives recognition for their constant hard work and demonstrates the excellence that the service provides
The new service - named ACE@Optalis - will form part of Reading College's Learning Disability Curriculum, and will run as a pilot for one academic year starting this September.
Our Supported Employment Service's (SES) work experience programme aims to give clients the opportunity to experience a range of job roles at Optalis services.
Our Supported Employment Service (SES) Team were one of four teams nominated (internally) by others for our annual Team STAR Award. At the end of May, they were crowned the winners!
Optalis’ Supported Employment Service (SES) received brilliant news last week when they learned that they had exceeded the national target for getting people with a learning disability, aged between 16 and 64, into paid employment.
June 26 saw the final session in the Exploring Pathways into Employment programme take place - organised and facilitated by Optalis’ Supported Employment Service (SES). The course ended on a high with guest speaker Michael Poppa, area manager from Churchill’s providing a real understanding of working in the cleaning industry.
The awards were held at Ravenswood Thursday May 23 at The Karten Centre, and one of our Supported Employment Service (SES) clients, Dean Corcoran, won Young Learner of the Year Award. He was presented with his award by Mayor Cllr Bob Wyatt.
Optalis Supported Employment Service (SES) has provided support to a new play based on the true story of a Wokingham family’s experience of drug addiction.
Optalis’ Supported Employment Service (SES) has leapt into spring with a new employment-focused education session as part of their Pathways into Employment course (which began in February), called ‘A Day in the Life of a Gardener’.