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- 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
- Mondays and Wednesdays from 9am-4pm.Branching Up is a Day Service providing work experience placements for adults with learning disabilities. Service Users have an opportunity to work as part of a team, learn new skills and experience work-related tasks in a structured, rewarding community environment.Jefferson CloseEmmer GreenReadingBerkshireRG4 8US
- Supporting people into work and Training. We created this unique social enterprise in 1977. Since then, we have helped more than 800 people build skills and self confidence by providing purpose, meaning and structure in their lives. Many of them have moved on to open…41Braywick RoadMaidenheadSL6 1DX
- Free course covering areas such as finding your strengths, CVs, covering letters and interviews. Friendly practical support to help you step confidently into employment. This course is now available online using Zoom, course access details along with relevant materials will be emailed to you prior…
- CoursesOnline is a comparison website through which individuals and organisations can find the training courses that are most suitable for their needs. These courses cover all sorts of industries and subjects and are provided by universities and other accredited providers from across the UK. The…5th Floor, 60CheapsideLondonEC2V 6AX
- A group which advertises job vacancies which are Deaf related. Deaf UK JobsFor more information on the group, how to post and other FAQs, go here: http://www.alisonbryan.com/dukj/
- Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm EXCEPT Wednesdays, 10am to 5pmHelps disabled people to find or retain work. Contact for "Access To Work" which provides funding to employers for equipment and/or adaptations to enable a disabled person to be employed. Access to Work GrantsAdelphi HouseFriar StreetReadingBerkshireRG1 1HD
- Our aim is to help NEET (or Risk of NEET) young people aged 16-18 (up to 25 for SEND and Care Leavers) to make informed career choices about their future. Our role is to provide impartial advice and guidance supporting young people back into Employment,…20Tudor RoadReadingRG1 1NH
- Evenbreak, a not-for-profit social enterprise, was formed to achieve three aims: To help inclusive employers attract more talented disabled people; To help disabled jobseekers find work with employers who will value their skills; To promote the business benefits of employing disabled people. With Evenbreak, inclusive…76Celandine CloseKingswinfordDY6 9TN
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