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Aged over 16, disabled and looking for a job?

Deb_ScopeDeb_Scope Posts: 192Member Pioneering
edited October 2019 in Ask an employment adviser

Are you over 16, disabled and looking for a job? 

Good news - we may be able to help!

Support to Work is an online and telephone support programme for disabled people living in England and Wales who are looking for a paid job.

Support to Work is an online and telephone support programme for people aged 16 disabled and looking for a job

If you qualify for our programme you will be allocated a dedicated employment adviser. Your adviser will help you with employability skills, like time management and confidence. They will also help you to write a good CV, find jobs and prepare for interviews.

You will work with your adviser to create a confidential, tailored 12-week action plan to get you on track. The plan might include activities such as reading job seekers’ advice, writing a CV from a template and undertaking research for an interview.

Spaces are limited and we operate on a first come, first served basis. 

Head over to Support to Work to find out more and get started today:

Debbie
Online Community Manager

Replies

  • AilsAils Posts: 1,601Community champion Disability Gamechanger
    This is a fab idea and I hope many people will take part in the programme.   :)
  • kami24kami24 Posts: 314Member Pioneering
    They aren't always good sometimes staff keep ringing too much or are simply of little help especially with people with social and emotional disorders like myself as we feel pushed into something or belittled by staff on phones or in offices who are sat at a computer all day but then say they are helping you (and working?? Really?? Work is sat there??) 
  • kami24kami24 Posts: 314Member Pioneering
    Rubbish many disabled people already are very intelligent and have their own CV thankyou very much find it quite offensive actually to say they will help you like we are stupid 
  • GuyatScopeGuyatScope Posts: 19Support to Work Courageous
    Hi Kami , I manage the Support to Work service, have you had this experience with our service,? The team you are right are based in an office as we support disabled people across England and Wales over the telephone and online, trust me they do work very hard to support customers to find work, CVs are just a small part of what we support with and we have worked with disabled people with a huge array of impairments, experiences and qualifications. Happy to hear your thoughts either on here or you can email me [email protected] 


    Guy
    Employment Team Manager
    Scope's Support To Work
  • kami24kami24 Posts: 314Member Pioneering
    edited October 2019
    Not sure about 'do work hard' that is my opinion and you will never change it sorryyy
  • GuyatScopeGuyatScope Posts: 19Support to Work Courageous
    Hi @kami24 , sorry for clarity's sake, have you used Scope's Support to Work service? I am keen to investigate this as it sounds like a complaint about the service, which I take very seriously- thanks Guy
    Guy
    Employment Team Manager
    Scope's Support To Work
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