We are delighted to announce that two members of staff at the Unitemps Birmingham branch have been awarded the National Association of Disability Practitioners (NADP) accreditation.
The accreditation recognises that Unitemps meets agreed professional standards in the development of high-quality policy and provision for disabled students and staff in post-compulsory education.
The members of staff who received the accreditation are Jonathan Fogarty, Recruitment Manager for Unitemps Birmingham, and Natasha Carrolan, Recruitment Executive for Disability Support at Unitemps Birmingham.
The accreditation demonstrates Jonathan and Natasha’s level of knowledge, skills and experience in supporting organisations with Non-Medical Help and disability support, and will enable them to enhance their knowledge and share best practice within the team.
Jonathan Fogarty said: “We are really pleased to become accredited members of NADP, and this shows our ongoing commitment to our service provision by keeping up to date with industry professional standards. This accreditation ensures our clients and students receive high-quality support, advice and guidance.”
John Harding, Vice-Chair of the NADP Accreditation Standing Committee and Head of the Disability Resource Centre, University of Cambridge, said: “We are really pleased that Natasha and Jonathan have achieved the status of NADP Accredited Members, having demonstrated how they meet the criteria of the NADP Professional Standards Framework.
“That status confirms that the recipients have demonstrated the requisite knowledge, skills and experience in the field of support for disabled students in post-compulsory education. We commend them on their achievement.”
See how the Unitemps team can support your institution in providing Non-Medical Help and disability support to learners.
Last updated on 9 May 2022Share this article