Archive for July, 2017

Geason Training’s Fraser Campbell talks about his experience in the workplace with Autism

Fraser Campbell has Autistic Spectrum Disorder and is a successful member of the Geason Training data team. Learn about his experience, his positive attitude and progress while working with his disability here. Fraser recommends being “who you are” in the workplace to get the job you want and have success.

Fraser joined Geason Training following his involvement in the Think Differently initiative that is designed to encourage employers to actively recruit candidates with autism, learning disabilities physical disabilities and mental health problems. Geason Training has been delivering training qualifications to all the participants on the programme.

The project has received funding from CITB, with investment from Mitie, and is supported by disability recruitment partner Remploy, The National Autistic Society, and Geason Training.

Robert Kilpatrick, Director at Geason Training said: “The Think Differently programme is a huge opportunity to progress with a learning and development area which has been sadly missing in the construction sector…. We are delighted with the work and progress that Fraser has made since joining the programme and working within the data team at Geason Training. We hope that Fraser inspires other individuals with disabilities to feel confident to progress into a job role particularly in the construction sector”.

For more information about the Think Differently programme, please contact Robert Kilpatrick on 0330 088 9671.