Working and volunteering:Pre-employment services x
From: Twining Enterprise
Twining’s Haringey Employment Support service supports local people with mental health problems to get work and keep work. Our team of Employment Specialists provide one-to-one support. Our Haringey service is based on the Individual Placement Support (IPS)...
- Free of charge
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Support to Work is an online and telephone support programme for disabled people in England and Wales who are applying for jobs. Phone: 0300 222 5742 Monday to Friday: 9am to 7pm www.scope.org.uk/support-to-work
From: my AFK
If you want to get a job we might be able to help. We can help with skills, interviews and work experience. We have people here called Job Coaches who can help you find a job. Our office is in Hornsey in North London.
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 so...
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....
Brighter Future Project aimed to support Haringey residents, who are employed and would like to increase their income and unemployed individuals. If you are looking for a job or a career change, NLPC can: source jobs across sectors for you, help you through...
From: Kith and Kids
The Employment and Life Skills Project provides an autism specific term-time service for young adults (18+) at the higher functioning end of the autistic spectrum. It can also include young adults who have a mild or moderate learning disability. The...
- £62.50 per day
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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...
The Retail Pathway would be right for you if you are ready to try out working in a shop. The course will help you learn and practise the skills that retail employers are looking for such as: communication, helping customers, working safely and following...