Wales Council of the Blind

Services with the keyword: jobs

Access to Work - (UK Government)

Access to Work can help you get or stay in work if you have a physical or mental health condition or disability. The support you get will depend on your needs. Through Access to Work, you can apply for: a grant to help pay for practical support with your work; support with managing your mental health at work; money to pay for communication support at job interviews.

Blind in Business employment support - (Blind in Business)

Blind in Business provide a range of services aimed at assisting visually impaired graduates into employment. These include assistance with applications, practice interview sessions, advice on job hunting and help with networking.

Deafblind UK Employability Support - (Deafblind UK)

Support to develop your employability skills.

Employment Support Service - (RNIB)

Help with looking for work or helping you to stay in work for people with sight loss.

JobSense - (Elite Supported Employment Agency)

By using Specialist Employment Advisers, we're able to support people with sight &/or hearing loss, through a range of interventions tailored to the needs and circumstances of the individual. In partnership with Centre of Sign Sight Sound (COS), Merthyr Tydfil Institute for the Blind (MTIB), and Agoriad Cyf, ELITE's role in JobSense is to work with jobseekers who have sight &/or hearing loss. We also work with employers to enable their ability to recruit from a diverse workforce inclusively.

QAC Advance2work - (Queen Alexandra College)

If you are aged 18 or above and want to move into employment, the advance2work programme at Queen Alexandra College in Birmingham may be able to help. It aims to help you fill any skills gaps, get some work experience and find a job as quickly as possible. The College's experienced staff of tutors and Employment Consultants will work with you on your individualised programme which can last from a few weeks up to a year if necessary. The programme is funded by the Dept for Work & Pensions.

Works For Me - (Thomas Pocklington Trust)

Thomas Pocklington Trust service tailored to individuals’ needs. It supports blind and partially sighted people to develop skills and provides advice to transition to the workplace, navigate the job market or further careers.