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  1. Workfit

    From: Downs Syndrome Association

    WorkFit is the Down’s Syndrome Association’s employment programme which brings together employers and jobseekers who have Down’s syndrome. It is a tailored service dedicated to training employers about the learning profile of people who have Down’s syndrome...

  2. Aim4Work

    From: Shaw Trust

    One of our professional Aim4Work Employment Advisers will: Get to know you Draw up an action plan to get you into work Introduce you to interested employers Provide you with in-work support Be there with you every step of the way Your action plan Your...

  3. Olmec Haringey Employment and Training

    From: Metropolitan

    this service is for Haringey residents of Metropolitan Housing http://www.olmec-ec.org.uk/employment-support/haringey/ Looking for work? Want a better job? Need training? Our team of specialist advisors work with residents to achieve sustainable results....

  4. Personal Trainer Course Haringey

    From: Origym

    Origym provides vocational personal trainer courses in Haringey for school leavers looking to embark on a career in the health and fitness sector. Origym provides excellent career support including CV analysis, distribution, guaranteed interviews, post...

  5. Access To Work

    From: Tottenham Jobcentre Plus

    An Access to Work grant can pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition to help you: start working stay in work move into self-employment or start a business The grant is not for business start-up costs. How much...

  6. Career Pathways

    From: Scope

    Career Pathways is an independent careers advice service in London for people aged 16 to 25. Our career advisers will work with you to set you on the path to succeed. We offer up to three one-hour sessions with a specialist career adviser to make you...

  7. Access To Work

    From: Wood Green Jobcentre Plus

    An Access to Work grant can pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition to help you: start working stay in work move into self-employment or start a business The grant is not for business start-up costs. How much...

  8. Traineeships

    From: Smart-Training

    If you don't have a job and haven't had the chance to gain the experience or skills needed to find one then a Traineeship is just what you need - particularly if you don't have many qualifications and are keen to progress into the world of work. Traineeships...

  9. Access to work scheme

    From: Remploy

    There is a government scheme called Access to work which can help you if your health or disability affect your ability to work. They help by giving advice and support. Access to work can also help with extra costs which would not be reasonable for your...

  10. Vocational and Community Services

    From: Peter Bedford Housing Association

    PBHA’s Vocational and Community Services (VCS) provides training and activities to help you: Build your confidence Improve your physical and mental health Learn new skills Work towards a qualification Gain work experience Find employment Meet new people....

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