From no Job to voluntary work

One of our clients has never had any work before and has never been out on public transport without a parent. He’s now completed travel training and a very successful few days’ worth of work experience at a kennel, to …

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Apply to be a community partner

Apply to be a community partner and help shape the future of support for disabled people in your area. The new Community Partner role will build on expertise within Jobcentre Plus and strengthen the understanding of the needs of disabled …

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On the Road to Success

On the 15th January 2016 Ways into Work and Elevate Slough ran an event in partnership with Wilson and Scott to support Young people to explore a career in Road Painting. The event was an ESF funded and gave young …

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Our Ellie’

What a long way ‘Our Ellie’ has come. From first meeting the shy and quite withdrawn girl I met in February 2016 to the sparkling young lady she is today. My first encounter with Ellie was in a classroom situation …

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Jane Celebrating 10 years of Work.

Jane Beresford was presented with an award to celebrate 10 years of working at Eton College. She was presented the award by The Provost, Lord Waldegrave of North Hill. Jane is highly regarded and her Manager Ian Warwick, Catering Manager …

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Stepping up, breaking barriers.

I am delighted to attach Reform’s third and final report in the Employment and Support Allowance series, Stepping up, breaking barriers. Transforming employment outcomes for disabled people. Stepping up breaking barriers. The paper looks at employment support services for people …

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