Our Supported Employment program creates opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to enter the workforce in a caring, supportive setting, promoting independence and learning.
CNS’s Supported Workers are highly involved in the manufacturing process on a daily basis, contributing heavily to the high standard of products produced by the production teams.
CNS works closely with their Supported Workers and advocates to ensure that the Worker’s employment goals are being met and in a transparent environment, encouraging feedback and questions to continue providing and improving the best possible employment services for our staff.
Ian Hyman presents a short video “A Social Enterprise.”
We exist to be a force of positive social change, to impact the lives of our workforce.
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How wrong can a person be? At our meeting Paul was so keen to get to work, his skills sets have been developed to a degree I could never believe as has his social skills, level of independence and self-esteem.
And why wouldn’t it, the support he is given at CNS is a credit to your organisation. Your employees have the key ingredients for the supporting roles they perform, empathy and patience. Thank you once again. You have an enthusiastic employee and a grateful family.”
As an electronics manufacturer based in Hornsby, CNS gives Australians with disabilities the opportunity to join the workforce and participate in the real economy. These workers are trained to undertake the routine steps that are required in the manufacturing process.
It was inspiring to see their dedication and enthusiastic work ethic. Thank you to David Jarjoura, Ian Hyman, Andy Burgess, Matt Foldi and George Katsioulas for the tour.”
As part of CNS’s commitment to the Disability Standards, audits are conducted on the service that CNS provides. An important part of this is the feedback and suggestions for improvements from the Supported Workers, their families and their advocates. This feedback mention that the Supported Workers feel: