How Jobtrain supports the Disability Confident Scheme

Modified on Fri, 15 Jul, 2022 at 5:56 PM

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In the UK, 14.1 million people (1 in 5) are disabled. Of those, over 70% are thought to have non-visible disabilities. (Business in the Community, 2021).


Disabled people have to apply for 60% more jobs to get hired. (The Independent, 2021).


Money spent by those with disabilities and their carers is £249billion per year.  (BBC,2021)

What is the Disability Confident Scheme?

The Disability Confident Scheme supports employers to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to your workplace.

It replaced the ‘Two Ticks’ aa scheme that sought to guarantee interviews for disabled people.


Full details can be found here:


Disability Confident Scheme related features within Jobtrain

Within the core functionality of Jobtrain there are a couple of features to help with administering the Disability Confident Scheme (DCS) within your recruitment process.

DCS logo on the candidate portal

Your Jobtrain candidate portals already contain the Disability Confident Scheme logos, but these are deactivated by default. There are 3 logos for the 3 levels to choose from:

  • Disability Confident Committed (level 1)
  • Disability Confident Employer (level 2)
  • Disability Confident Leader (level 3)

Simply contact our Support Desk to activate your desired logo.


DCS related icon against candidate records within candidate listing page triggered by above 

Your Jobtrain application form builder contains 3 pre-built questions (optional to use) relating to disability, one with a free text response, and two with ‘yes/no’ responses.


If used, you can choose to link the yes/no disability questions to the activation of an against the candidate record, in the candidate listing for the vacancy where candidates answer positively. 

There are two logos to choose from:




Additional Functionality to help employers and candidates

2.2 billion + have a visual impairment (WHO, 2021).

The British Dyslexia Association estimates 4 – 10% of Uk adults have dyslexia to some degree.   (BDA, 2020)

We have partnered with Accessibility specialists Recite Me to bring you the Jobtrain Accessibility Toolbar for candidates, to support with online applications. 


Click here for more details about the product and how to purchase it.  


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