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Employment & Training 2017-05-12T10:09:08+00:00

Pathway to employment

Supported by our employment team based in Kendal, students are encouraged to build on skills that can support them towards greater independence including gaining employment.

Typically, the areas of support will include motivation and confidence building, job searching and employability skills, health and safety in the workplace and team working.

There are also visits to places of employment so that students can see these skills in the workplace and put their learning into context.

Finding paid employment

Customers at Right2Work can benefit from a range of support from our team, activities which also include employer support and training, job coaching/in work support, looking and applying for work as well as benefits support and advice. You can find more information on each of our programmes below:

Autism employment support

Flexible employability training and support which is tailored to individual needs, for a maximum of 16 weeks. This support consists of classroom based learning, face to face drop in sessions, and a telephone advice service. All individuals will have the opportunity to choose the type of support that suits their individual needs. The main delivery areas will be Lancaster, Morecambe and Barrow in Furness.

Building better opportunities

A partnership between Cumbria CVS and selected local organisations including Right2Work. Staff members (key workers) will be the first point of contact for customers throughout their time with the project. Placement providers will offer time limited periods of work experience, volunteering or employment preparation. Customers will be referred by key workers.

Journey to work

A G4S Partnership, made up of Right2Work, PHX Training, Ground Works and West Lakes College, funded by DWP (Department of Work and Pensions) and ESF (European Social Fund).

Call our advisors today – Greg 07734 162 983, Imogen 07734 162 984.

Access to Work

Access to Work is a government scheme which can provide practical support for people with disabilities who are looking to find employment. It can also be used when an individual requires support within the workplace or during a supported internship.
https://www.gov.uk/access-to-work/overview

For details on any of our programmes, get in touch on 01539 758 008 or email our employment team at team@right2work.org.uk.