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Pathways to work

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In the picture below, it shows the 4 different strands in the life of a young person preparing for adulthood. This page deals with preparing to work and options after school or college.

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Explanation of all the routes: Learning, Training and Work Pathway (PDF)


Education, Training, Employment and Advice

Education

Further Education Providers



Employment

Job Centre Plus


Disability Employment Advisers (Job Centre)


Remploy



Training

Routes to Work for Young People


Comelia Botner Foundation


Enham Trust


The Prince's Trust



Information, Advice and Support

West Sussex SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIAS)


Employability


Prospects Employment Support



Resources For Employers

Further Education Providers

  • Too Much Information in the workplace: Job interviews video from the National Autistic Society
  • Employing disabled people and people with health conditions This guidance provides a summary of information for employers to help increase their understanding of disability and enable them to recruit and support disabled people and those with long term health conditions in work. It has links to other resources to enable employers to become more confident when attracting, recruiting and retaining disabled people.

  • Disability Confident Pledge
  • Understanding Autism


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