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Supported learning, training and working

Colleges

Most colleges provide specialist courses and/or support to help people with disabilities.

New Directions

Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading RG1 3BQ

Call 0345 842 0012

Reading College

Reading Campus, Kings Road, Reading RG1 4HJ

Call 0800 036 8888 or email courses@uwl.ac.uk

Bracknell and Wokingham College

Church Road, Cracknel RG12 1DJ

Call 01344 868600 or visit www.bracknell.ac.uk

Henley College

Dean field Avenue, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1UH

Call 01491 579 988 or visit www.henleycol.ac.uk

Newbury College

Monks Lane, Newbury RG14 7TD

Call 01635 845 000 or visit www.newbury-college.ac.uk

Help with costs

24+ Advanced Learning Loans

Loans available to pay course fees for people over 24 years attending an eligible course (level 3 or 4 /A level)

Bursary Fund

Help with some costs while studying - like classroom assistance, childcare and travel.

For details visit www.gov.uk/advancedlearning-loans

Looking for a course, training opportunity or paid work?

Visit the Reading Services Guide to find organisations offering specialist support for people with disabilities

Training and working

Jobcentre plus

Specialist Disability Employment Advisers providing advice and support to help people with disabilities into work.  Drop into Adelphi House (Friar Street, Reading RG1 1HD) or call 0800 169 0190.

Adviza

Offers specialist advice and support for young people with special needs up to the age of 25 years.  Drop into the Elevate Reading Hub, (Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading RG1 3BQ), call 0118 837 2204 or visit www.adviza.org

Click here for further information about available training and resources.

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