Bucks Workability Service Finder

How to Use the Employment Service Filter Tool:

Before you select any filters, you will be able to see all available employment services in Buckinghamshire. These will be displayed in alphabetical order, either to the right of your page, or below the filter options on a mobile device.

To make it easier to find the right service for you, start by selecting your age group and location. Then to narrow down your search further, select the type of help, or service that you are looking for. You could select one, or more service types. The filter tool will  filter out the services that are not relevant to you.  If you do not tick any boxes, all types of services will be shown.

Filter Key

Your Age

Some services can only support people within certain age groups. This filter will remove services which are not available for people of your age group. Some services for which you are not eligible may still appear for example those which support people up to aged 19 will appear for those aged 18-25.  

Your Location

Some services can only support people who live in certain areas. This filter will remove services which are not available for people living in your area.  

Service Specialism Relating to Disability

Not Disability Specific: This includes all services which are available to everyone regardless of disability status

All Disabilities (including mental health: This includes services which are only available to people who are disabled as defined in the equality act. Anyone who has a longterm physical or mental health condition which impacts their life would be eligible for these services. This also includes neurodivergent traits such as autism, dyslexia or ADHD.

Brain Injury: This category includes services which specialise in brain injury and in most cases are only eligible to those who have a brain injury.

Mental Health: This category includes services which specialise in mental health and in most cases are only eligible to those who have a mental health condition.

Learning Disability: This category includes services which specialise in learning disability and in most cases are only eligible to those who have a learning disability.

Autism: This category includes services which specialise in Autism and in most cases are only eligible to those who have Autism.
 

Would you like a service with Mental Health Support?

Some services offer mental health support alongside the main service.

Yes – Formal: This includes services with options to undertake structured activities often delivered by mental health professionals

Yes – Informal: This includes peer support from people with personal experience or opportunities to talk to staff trained in mental health.

No – This is not required: This will display all services and no additional filter will be applied.  

Type of Support Service Required

Job application support: This includes support such as CV development, interview skills training, job searching, making job applications and writing cover letters.

General education and/or vocational training:This includes training such as courses covering functional English and Maths, short courses to develop skills for particular vocations and longer apprenticeships.

One-to-one mentoring: Support is tailored towards the individual and provided on a one-to-one basis. The mentoring may be informal or more structured/formal, for example with a specified job coach.

Social and personal development: This includes support such as courses or more informal training to improve interpersonal skills, manage stress and anxiety, build confidence and self-awareness, increase motivation and explore career goals, strengths and weaknesses.

Work experience: Work experience may be provided within the organisation, or the organisation can set individuals up with work experience externally.

Workplace skills training: This includes training for skills at varying levels. Examples include team working, time management, multi-tasking, general IT skills, networking, finance, web design, management, content writing and general office work. The training may be informal and ‘on the job’, or more structured/formal.
  • Your Age

  • Your Location

  • Service Specialism Relating to Disability

  • Would you like a service with Mental Health Support?

  • Type of Support Service Required

Richmond Fellowship

Richmond Fellowship & Bucks Healthy Minds

The Employment Service run jointly by the Richmond Fellowship and Bucks Healthy Minds offers support to people with a common mental health problems to stay in work or return to work after a period of absence, as well helping those who are unemployed to access the information they need and/or voluntary work to enable them to return into employment.

Building Futures

Adviza: Building Futures

Building Futures works with adults and young people across Buckinghamshire to provide one-to-one guidance and support to help you choose the right path to training, work experience or a job that works for you.

Talkback

Talkback

The Talkback Employability model provides ongoing support for people with a learning disability or autism into robust voluntary, work experience and paid Employment roles of their choice. “Developing a World of Possibilities Together”. 

Milton Keynes Council

Milton Keynes Council: Supported Employment

Supports people to identify jobs, apply for jobs, support at interview, job coaching in the work place. We also support people with issues with benefits regarding their employment.

Works for Us

Works for Us

Works for Us is a Milton Keynes-based charity dedicated to providing free training, careers guidance and support for people in and around Milton Keynes.