Personal Barriers to employment: Tackling the root causes

Duration : 1 day programme

Course Summary

All too often the long term unemployed feel that the support and solutions available are not right for them. This proposed one day course considers how to work at an individual level to identify barriers to employment, and how to address them in partnership with the customer. It explores psychological issues which can affect engagement and confidence, and discusses and develops a structured approach to identifying individual characteristics and solutions.

Who is this programme designed for ?

This programme is designed for professionals providing employment services including

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welfare to work providers in Glasgow and the West of Scotland. Available elsewhere in Scotland from November 2012. It is being developed in partnership with the Glasgow Council for the Voluntary sector.

What is involved and included in the programme ?

  • The psychology of barriers. How individual self image and belief can produce unique barriers to engagement and progress
  • Understanding the human potential for growth – Humanistic psychology
  • Understanding the hierarchy of motivation
  • Group Case studies and presentations
  • Understanding the importance of self efficacy and self esteem in tackling challenges
  • Effects on behavioural choices, personal motivation, thought patterns and responses, health behaviours
  • Discussing the destiny idea and how to change the thinking of our customers
  • Group Case studies and presentations

What are the desired outcomes ?

By the end of this course delegates should have a clearer understanding of the following issues :

  • The psychological background to individuality
  • Individual cases require individual consideration
  • The pitfalls of a one size fits all approach to case management
  • Correctly positioning clients in terms of their motivation and self efficacy
  • Developing partnership approaches to case management