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- Open Monday to Friday from 9am until 5:30pmActivia Training are an accredited UK company that offers soft skills and Microsoft software training courses to business clients. Our fully equipped training centre in Reading Berkshire has a full range of programme of courses and the courses are delivered by experienced and qualified trainers…450 Brook Drive, Green ParkReadingBerkshireRG2 6UU
- We provide places to live for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems. We also provide support for people so they can live their lives the way they want. And we give employment advice for people with disabilities who want to get into work.…1 Cygnet CourtHigh StreetWitneyOX28 6HT
- People over the age of 19 years now have the chance to apply for an Advanced Learning Loan. To find out more visit the .gov.uk website. You must be 19 or older on the first day of your course. Your course must be: a Level 3, 4,…
- Every Thursday at New Directions CollegeAn Employment Adviser is at New Directions College every Thursday to provide advice and support with finding and applying for jobs. Book on line www.adviza.org or call 0118 937 2204South Reading Centre330 Northumberland AvenueWhitleyReadingRG2 8DH
- Englefield grows more than 100,000 plants a year. But it is a thriving garden centre in more ways than one: It is a self-sustaining social enterprise that operates without funding grants or subsidies. Nearly half the permanent workforce are adults with learning disabilities. It runs…The StreetTheale, EnglefieldReadingRG7 5ES
- New Survival Guide programme aims to help autistic adults move into employment Autism Berkshire is working with the Reading-based charity Graft Thames Valley on a new service to help autistic adults who want to find a job. The free Survival Guide Skills for Employment course…
- This free course for adults on the autism spectrum, aged 16 or over, helps to develop social communication skills and understanding. Developed by members of our team, the course is run for small groups, in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Topics covered during the course include: Why…
- Monday-Friday, 09:00-18:00Autus - The Hao2 Foundation exists to facilitate personal and professional growth for people with autism and complex needs, increasing opportunities for exciting and sustainable work to improve lives and prospects. We are a disabled people's user-led organisation set up to enable disabled people…
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