Thursday, July 27, 2017

 

 

 

What is the Benefit of a D.I.C.E. Assessment?

D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services helps job seekers reflect on, gain insight into and make sense of their experiences so that they can make realistic career choices and employment goals, thereby breaking the cycle of job loss and sense of failure.

Who Would Benefit From a D.I.C.E. Assessment?

 D.I.C.E. (Disability Impact on Career/Employment) assessment would benefit:
  • individuals who have one or more disabilities which have prevented them from accessing the education system or securing employment
  • career counselling, vocational rehabilitation and other social service agencies who provide assistance to people with disabilities
  • equal opportunity employers who are interested in improving their hiring effectiveness and would like to know how to accommodate employees who have disabilities

What Can I Get out of a D.I.C.E. Assessment?

D.I.C.E. (Disability Impact on Career/Employment) provides job seekers with a comprehensive summary of the nature of the disability and its influence on work performance; their strengths and occupational interests; as well as suitable workplace accommodations that would allow them to complete tasks to the best of their ability.

D.I.C.E. (Disability Impact on Career/Employment) assessments equip service providers with insight into their clients' needs and conditions so that they meet their quota of successful job placements and ensure continued government funding.   

What Other Services are Offered?

In addition to assessments, D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services offers the following supports:

 Job Search

  • assistance with resumes, cover letters and accommodation letters 
  • referral to community agencies specializing in job development for people with disabilities

Life Skills Workshops

  • disability and employment related workshops on topics such as problem solving, decision making, social skills and workplace communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To accommodate people with multiple chemical sensitivities, D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services is a scent-free environment.


 

 

What is the Benefit of a D.I.C.E. Assessment?

D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services helps job seekers reflect on, gain insight into and make sense of their experiences so that they can make realistic career choices and employment goals, thereby breaking the cycle of job loss and sense of failure.

Who Would Benefit From a D.I.C.E. Assessment?

 D.I.C.E. (Disability Impact on Career/Employment) assessment would benefit:
  • individuals who have one or more disabilities which have prevented them from accessing the education system or securing employment
  • career counselling, vocational rehabilitation and other social service agencies who provide assistance to people with disabilities
  • equal opportunity employers who are interested in improving their hiring effectiveness and would like to know how to accommodate employees who have disabilities

What Can I Get out of a D.I.C.E. Assessment?

D.I.C.E. (Disability Impact on Career/Employment) provides job seekers with a comprehensive summary of the nature of the disability and its influence on work performance; their strengths and occupational interests; as well as suitable workplace accommodations that would allow them to complete tasks to the best of their ability.

D.I.C.E. (Disability Impact on Career/Employment) assessments equip service providers with insight into their clients' needs and conditions so that they meet their quota of successful job placements and ensure continued government funding.   

What Other Services are Offered?

In addition to assessments, D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services offers the following supports:

 Job Search

  • assistance with resumes, cover letters and accommodation letters 
  • referral to community agencies specializing in job development for people with disabilities

Life Skills Workshops

  • disability and employment related workshops on topics such as problem solving, decision making, social skills and workplace communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To accommodate people with multiple chemical sensitivities, D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services is a scent-free environment.


 

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