No one understands better than us that work is about more than just having a job. Being able to work can give you confidence, independence and the means to realise bigger dreams.

That’s why our work and training service, Employ Me, exists. We can help you, or someone you care for, to develop all the skills they need for the workplace. CV writing, interview practice, role-play, whatever it takes – we’ll do everything we can to get more people with a learning disability in rewarding jobs.

We can help people identify job opportunities, review a person’s training needs and provide on-the-job support where appropriate.

How can Employ Me support people?

  • Pre-employment support – appropriate training to develop the skills needed to get a paid job.
  • Work trials and placements – experience in a real work environment.
  • Support to find paid work – help with searching for a paid job through a range of employers, CV writing and interview preparation.
  • Job coaching and in-work support – help to learn new skills and cope with change.
  • Employer support – we also work with businesses employing people with a learning disability, so they can provide the right support and benefit from having a diverse workforce.
  • Most recently we’ve built strong relationships with businesses such as McDonald’s and South West Trains.

Download our Good For Business brochure

Find out more about the benefits of employing people with a learning disability

Download resource Good For Business brochure

Watch our Employ Me video

Watch our video to find out how we can support you to find a paid job

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Employment services FAQs

Read the answers to your frequently asked questions about our employment services

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Our funders

We work with various organisations who support us through funding opportunities for our employment services. 

Take a look at our funders and find out how they support us.

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Employers we work with

Find out more about some of the employers we're working with.

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Helping disabled people into employment

"Hi Craig, when my son went to the job centre i phoned before he went and informed them that he has a disability. They then made an appointment for him to see a specialist advisor, and I stayed throughout. The help is there, but you may have to ask for it!"

Read the whole conversation in FamilyHub - our online community for parents, carers and families. 

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