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Entering the workplace when you have a disability

In this video Subreana Joseph, a social work manager at Wandsworth Council and Eleanor Thain talk to young people about entering the workplace if you have a disability. For more videos please visit our YouTube channel and subscribe. Do you have an idea for…

Free2learn

Free2 learn offer a wide variety of vocational training courses at their base in Croydon for young people aged 19-24 years old. Vocational training courses can lead to apprenticeships and employment opportunities. Courses offered include security, forklift training, business administration, retail, hospitality and construction trades.…

Generate - Coronavirus

Things To Do While Social Distancing -  Each week we’ll be adding more activities for you to do at home. We are also sending a weekly email, with how to get in touch and get support. Contact Katy if you would like to…

Get Set Go! 2019 - A young persons perspective

In this video Johnny Hourigan talks about and shows his experience of Get Set Go! 2019. Interested in coming to Get SET GO! 2020?  Find out more and book your free place here- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/get-set-go-weds-1st-april-2020-tickets-83349258877 To see Johnny's video of Get SEt GO! and more videos…

Green Academies Project at Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park is one of six National Trust places in England and Wales chosen to take part in the Green Academies Project (GAP) funded by Our Bright Future. The project offers young people the chance to gain practical conservation skills and experience in habitat…

Groundwork

Groundwork is a national charity that works with communities across the UK supporting them to create better places, live and work in a greener, more sustainable way and to improve their economic prospects. Some examples of what Groundwork do are: - They work…

HAIL (Haringey Association for Independent Living)

HAIL is an association that helps adults from 18 upwards with learning disabilities. It provides a range of services in Wandsworth.  Travel support, care and support services and Comic Club are for people who qualify for help from the council for their care and support.  Employment support is for anyone with a disability. Services include:…

HAIL's My Way Forward

This is employment support from HAIL.  HAIL is an organisation that works with people with a learning disability and other vulnerable people in London to lead the lives they want. This service offers free employment support for people 18 years and older with autism, a learning disability…

Imhotep Foundation - LiveSite Training

BARNARDO’S CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY - ‘Build your future’ This is a scheme for 16 to 19 year olds (up to 24 year olds with learning support needs) to gain training, qualifications & live site experience. Training schemes can last from 3 months to 6 months. These include training on:…

Into Work Pathway

For people with learning disabilities in Wandsworth there is now an "Into Work Pathway" shown in this picture. The Pathway is supported by  Generate, Choice Support and Share Community, local organisations who are working together to help people with learning disabilities.…