Leicester City Employment Hub
The Leicester Employment Hub work directly with job seekers helping them find local employment, courses, apprenticeships and volunteering, and with employers offering recruitment support and assistance with grants.
Click here for more information about the Leicester Employment Hub.
Work and skills Leicestershire
Skills, training, employment: Work & Skills Leicestershire – supporting the residents of Leicestershire to achieve their work goals, whatever their situation.
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Preparing for adulthood: Careers, jobs and training
Leicestershire County Council are on hand to support with a range of opportunities to help you find and apply for a job or training.
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Employment Support Service
The Employment Support Service from Rutland County Council helps adults with learning difficulties, disabilities, autism and mental health needs to get into employment, whether it be paid or voluntary.
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Further support services
Life Links: Employment and Educational Services
Providing a range of support from their bases in Leicester, Blaby and Oadby/Wigston.
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Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust- Employment Support Service
Designed for adult patients open to community mental health teams, psychosis intervention and early recovery (PIER) and assertive outreach.
Its aim is to provide information, advice, guidance and support to find paid work, as part of a recovery plan.
Click here for more information about the LPT Employment Support Service.
Leicestershire Empowerment for Autism Today
LEAT is a charitable organisation providing a wide range of specialist support services to young people and adults with Asperger Syndrome who live in the city of Leicester or the county of Leicestershire.
Click here for more information about LEAT.
Shaw Trust- Work and Health Programme
A programme funded by the Department of Work and Pensions aimed at improving employment outcomes for people with health conditions or disabilities. They have employment consultants locally who support candidates from a variety of backgrounds into employment.