Disability training for accountants at firm

AN ACCOUNTANCY firm has completed disability training in a bid to be more inclusive.

Thursday, 29th November 2018, 4:01 pm
Updated Wednesday, 9th January 2019, 2:54 am

Compass Accountants, based in Fareham, has has appointed Bascule Disability Training to implement staff training.

Stuart Lawrance said: '˜It is our aim to be in a more favourable position in terms of our appeal to both potential clients and employees with disabilities.

'˜Bascule's introduction was very insightful, informative and enjoyable for all of our team.

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'˜We already feel more equipped to help facilitate any clients with disabilities in terms of making reasonable adjustments and the whole team has certainly gained a more in-depth understanding of the true definition of disability.'

Southampton-based Bascule Disability Training invests 75 per cent of its profits into providing disability awareness training programmes for pupils.

Managing director Chris Jay said: '˜It's been a great pleasure training the staff of Compass Accountants.

'˜Compass have made a big step on their journey to becoming a more inclusive business.'