Work Placements for our Learners

Being employed is important to all of us; it provides us with an income to afford to live independently, offers important social networks, a routine, and a sense of pride.

People with disabilities and mental health conditions continue to face complex barriers in to employment, including stigma and discrimination. However, there is a growing awareness and evidence to suggest that vulnerable people who want to work can be supported in to securing and maintaining meaningful employment.

Collaborative working is essential to the success of Workbridge work placemnets. As our service users progress through the vocational pathway and begin to reach their full potential, we offer tailored one-to-one support.

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