Buckinghamshire Disability Service (BuDS)

BuDS

Buckinghamshire Disability Service (BuDS) Reach4Work offers people skilled and semi-skilled volunteer work, with every volunteer role crafted to suit each individual.  We provide customised work experience within our charity at BuDS, through which you’ll receive on the job training and support to learn new skills.

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Buckinghamshire Mind

Buckinghamshire Mind

The Employment Service provides flexible support tailored towards each individual’s needs. We offer guidance and specific support through courses aimed at increasing confidence, CV writing and employment skills.

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Buckinghamshire Adult Learning

Buckinghamshire Council

Our broad learning programme offers courses throughout Buckinghamshire, supporting adults with learning disabilities to develop independent living and work skills in a collaborative and creative environment.

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ToolShed

ToolShed

The ToolShed Work and Study Programme provides young people with one to one mentoring to support the development of personal self-confidence and motivation, as well as tutoring in key functional skills and employability.  Work experience placements are also offered to those on the programme.

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Richmond Fellowship & Bucks Healthy Minds

Richmond Fellowship

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.

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Adviza: Building Futures

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.

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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”. 

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