Support to Work (Scope)
Support to Work is an online and telephone support programme for disabled people in England and Wales who are applying for jobs. What you will get?
Dedicated employment advisers - You will get help from one of our specialist employment advisers with:
- employability skills like time management and confidence
- writing your CV
- preparing for interviews.
We will advise you on many aspects of applying for a job. But we won’t write a job application for you, talk to employers on your behalf, or find you work experience.
12-week action plan - Your employment adviser will work with you to create a confidential, personally tailored 12-week action plan. Your plan might include things like:
- reading job seekers' advice
- writing a CV or cover letter from a template
- research for an interview.
We’ll keep your plan online, so you’ll need access to the internet. Your adviser will be on hand to help you throughout the 12 weeks. At the end of the 12 weeks your time with the adviser will be up, but you'll still have access to your plan and all its resources online.
Eligibility - Support to Work is open to disabled people who:
- are 16 years or over
- are looking for a paid job
- have internet, email and telephone or Skype access
- live in England or Wales.
For more information on how the Support-to-Work programme can help you, please visit our webpage.
Online and telephone support - Support to Work is an online and telephone service, not a face-to-face service, which may not be right for everyone. You will not meet your adviser in person.
British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters - You can access video calls with BSL interpreters, using the InterpretersLive! service. Access interpreters on mobile, desktop and laptop for free!
- Age Range
16 years and over
- Additional Information
Charity Registration Number: 208231
Where to go
- Name of venue
- Venue address
PO Box 833 Here East Press Centre, 14 East Bay Lane,
- E15 2GW
Who to contact
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