IASSIDD Webinar – International Perspectives on Transitions in Education and Students with Intellectual Disabilities

International Perspectives on Transitions in Education and Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Date: 16th December

FREE OF CHARGE

Time: 09.00 Eastern Standard time/ 14.00 Coordinated Universal Time/ 24.00 Australian Eastern Standard Time

Please note the webinar will be approximately 1.5 hours duration.   You will receive the Zoom webinar link via email prior to the event

 

 

 

Moving on, moving out

Ruth Faragher (Brisbane, Australia)

Transitions to postschool settings for students with intellectual disabilities in Ireland.

Michael Shevlin,  Des Aston & Joanne Banks (Trinity College Dublin)

“I’m considering stopping his schooling so that the father teaches him any job”: Navigating the transitions of disabled children in Africa.

 Karisa Amani (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Zero Project Award Winners 2021 – TCPID in association with EY

The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities in association with EY has been selected as an awardee of the Innovative Practices in Employment and Civil Society by the Zero Project 2021 for their innovative Graduate Internship Programme. 

The Zero Project advocates, with a new and innovative approach, the rights of persons with disabilities internationally. Its mission is: working for a world with zero barriers. The announcement comes on International Day of People with Disabilities [3rd December] 2020. 

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Research Seminar – Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities

TCPID Research Seminar: Supporting students with intellectual disabilities to transition to work

Staff, graduates and partners of the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities on linking with the business community to support students with intellectual disabilities to transition to work.

Date | Thursday 17th December 2020

Time | 4.00 -5.00pm

Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities 
School of Education
Trinity College Dublin