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CDT follows Leonard Cheshire Disability's approach to livelihoods to promote employment opportunities for people with disabilities (PwD). Training being the most important aspect of the process of sourcing livelihood options it is our top priority. LRCs have always given ample stress on training candidates. Within the admit of trainings, LRC shall provide:

All the LRC’s facilitate Sign Language Training for people who wish to learn how to communicate with the hearing impaired. This is especially useful in on-the job training requirements and helps integrate our hearing impaired candidates into their workplace.

All the trainings will be naturally progressed towards placements with assessing the needs of the candidate, ease of logistical arrangements and the job profile fit. We stress to promote the on- job training mechanism to cut out risks of mal-adjustments and ensure sustainability in placements. Placements spread across sections of industries covering primary to secondary and territory levels.

We organize other activities which reach out to a large number of employers and candidates - like Job Fairs. We are also into organizing workshops targeted at various stakeholders such as policy makers and corporate representatives to disseminate information on employing persons with disabilities and assisting the employers in creating an inclusive workplace. Career guidance workshops for candidates are also organized to guide and counsel our candidates towards a plethora of livelihoods opportunities that exist where they can contribute their skills and talent and be a fully participating member of a productive workforce.

Foundation Training

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Sector Specific Training

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Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP)

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Cheshire Disability Trust