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Should disability be a secret?

Should disability be a secret?

  It is estimated that around 80% of disabilities are hidden, which means, at some point in their lives, around 11 million people in the UK will decide whether to disclose their disability. ‘Disclosure’ is something I’m regularly asked to talk about, and a topic I... read more »

Does your business turn its back on one in five customers?

Does your business turn its back on one in five customers?

Does your business turn its back on one in five customers? Anyone in business wants their brand to appeal to as wide an audience as possible - so excluding as many as one in five customers should be something you should address immediately. Right? The truth... read more »

Bascule sponsors Team BRIT Racer Andrew Tucker

Bascule sponsors Team BRIT Racer Andrew Tucker

Bascule Disability Training is proud to announce that we will be a 2021 sponsor for Team BRIT race driver, Andrew Tucker, as he embarks on a journey to be a part of the first ever, all-disabled team to race in the ‘Le Mans 24... read more »

Online networking and new opportunities

Online networking and new opportunities

Networking has always been a cornerstone in the foundations of my work. Over the years, it has not only helped me to develop awareness for the charities I have represented, but also, allowed me to make important contacts, generate business, gain knowledge and even develop... read more »

Reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities working from home

Reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities working from home

Currently more people are working from home than ever before- but home may not be the ideal working environment for everyone.  For example, I recently had a conversation with a friend who happens to have a disability, who was struggling with working in their... read more »

Bascule Launches Online Disability Awareness Training

Bascule Launches Online Disability Awareness Training

Bascule Disability Training has launched a new form of online training, bringing its disability awareness programmes to the homes of remote workers. Since the outbreak of Covid-19, Bascule Disability Training has been unable to support the organisations and businesses it usually works with due to... read more »

Chris Jay appears on The Leaders Council podcast

Chris Jay appears on The Leaders Council podcast

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland interviewed our MD, Chris Jay- for their regular podcast- Click the YouTube clip below to hear Chris discuss the concept of leadership, the impact of Covid & the launch of Bascule's new online training.      read more »

Chris Jay appears as a guest on 'A Business Life'

Chris Jay appears as a guest on 'A Business Life'

Jonny Bliss of Hub Yuno recently interviewed our MD, Chris Jay, where he talked about his life, motivations and the new online future for Bascule Disability Training. Click below to watch the interview:   https://youtu.be/JjK-6IVbtBE    read more »

Inclusivity during times of change

Inclusivity during times of change

Most of us will be hard pushed to remember a more unpredictable time than now. Almost overnight, the way we work, live, travel, socialise and communicate has been transformed, with the Coronavirus pandemic forcing us to rethink how we do almost everything. The challenges of... read more »

Global organisations recognise the importance of being an accessible business

Global organisations recognise the importance of being an accessible business

We at Bascule were delighted to see that a recent study has been published that aims to explore the levels of commitment and activity from large scale global businesses in becoming inclusive organisations, whilst also stating the challenges associated with doing so. The study, entitled,... read more »

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