Last Thursday, Eucléa Business School took part in the 10th Abilympics France trade fair in Metz, alongside the WALT ASSOCIATION, to promote work-study programs ✨
This year’s Abilympics welcomed 1,000 candidates from 24 countries, who competed in 45 skills tests divided into 10 job clusters.
Whether the disability is mental, physical, motor or sensory, this competition is a unique opportunity to change the way companies and employees around the world look at disability in the workplace.
Eucléa had a stand alongside the Walt Association, whose aim is to leave no young person without a solution. Working closely with those involved in work-study programs, Walt helps young people build their career plans🎯
Their ambition: to reduce social, geographic and economic inequalities. Enable each young person to build his or her work-study project and enter the professional world with a lasting, attractive job 💯
Walt helps companies and professionals design a more inclusive pedagogy adapted to learning disabilities to meet the requirements of the law with the All Inclusive program 🤝
Work-study programs are a means of professional integration that should benefit everyone, including people with disabilities.
Work-linked training must be more inclusive, and respond to the social prejudices that block the orientation of young people with disabilities, while at the same time proposing an inclusive training offer that benefits everyone – young people, parents, training establishments and companies.
Eucléa is sensitive to the needs of people with disabilities, so don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss the feasibility of your training project with us.
– Disability representative: Fanny MALAEL
– Contact details: [email protected]
Here is Lucie’s compelling account of her disability 👇