@theraydarcyshow takes part in Job Shadow Day 2013 with @IASEmployment

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PIC SHOWS: Presenter Ray D’Arcy and and Dessie Fitzgerald
It’s move over Ray D’Arcy as Dessie Fitzgerald, who is supported by St. John of God Carmona Services, Dun Laoghaire, shows off his presenting skills during the sixth annual Job Shadow Day, taking place today Wednesday 24th April. The highlight of IASE National Supported Employment Week, Job Shadow Day sees hundreds of individuals with disabilities throughout Ireland take the opportunity to shadow a workplace mentor as he or she goes through a normal working day. Hundreds of employers throughout Ireland are involved to promote equal employment opportunities for people with disability through supported employment.

Job Shadow Day opens up hundreds of workplaces throughout the country in unique opportunity
National Supported Employment Week to raise profile of employment for people with disabilities
Presenter Ray D’Arcy and celebrity chef Neven Maguire officially marked the sixth annual Job Shadow Day, taking place today Wednesday 24th, together with the Irish Association for Supported Employment (IASE). The highlight of IASE National Supported Employment Week, Job Shadow Day sees hundreds of individuals with disabilities throughout Ireland take the opportunity to shadow a workplace mentor as he or she goes through a normal working day. Hundreds of employers throughout Ireland are involved.

A number of high profile individuals are taking part in Job Shadow Day, joining Ray D’Arcy and Neven Maguire to include: An Taoiseach Enda Kenny; Minister Joan Burton; RTÉ’s Derek Mooney; Kildare senior football manager Kieran Mc Geeney; Minister Leo Varadker; presenter and journalist Brendan O’Connor; Prime Time’s Richard Crowley; Senator David Norris and adventurer Mark Pollock.
Job Shadow Day is designed to give people with disabilities a unique opportunity to get a close up look at the world of work for one day or one week in April each year to discover and learn about the skills and education required to compete and succeed in the work place.