In 2016, the Department of Work & Pensions replaced their old Two Ticks Scheme with the Disability Confident Scheme. The Disability Confident team say that the scheme is about ‘creating a movement for change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people’. Organisations that become part of the Disability Confident Scheme help:

  • Change attitudes towards disability.
  • Increase understanding of disability.
  • Help remove barriers to disabled people or those with health issues.
  • Ensure that all people have the same opportunity to develop themselves.

The scheme is set out over three levels: Each level raises the proverbial bar and increases the scope and impact the scheme has on everyone involved. Each level must be completed before moving onto the next one:

  • Level 1: Disability Confident Committed
  • Level 2: Disability Confident Employer
  • Level 3: Disability Confident Leader

At Perito, we really like what the Disability Confident Scheme represents and how it can make a real difference to both employees and especially to employers. The Disability Confident website provides excellent guidance on how to become Disability Confident Committed but the Perito team will be able to help if your organisation does get stuck, free of charge.

If you would like our help, free of charge, to navigate your organisation to becoming Level 1: Disability Confident Committed then please let us know via email on or give us a call.

We help organisations know how easy it can be to create the most amazing inclusive environments.

James Wheeler MA,
Managing Director


What our clients say

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