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  1. Artbox London runs art workshops, gallery trips and exhibition opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autism. Artists can earn a small income from their art sales and can also develop work related skills through selling art at exhibitions.
  2. If you need extra employment support because of a disability or health condition, your local Jobcentre can put you in touch with a Disability Employment Adviser (DEA). DEAs can also work with people in employment who may need support to keep their jobs.  DEAs should…
  3. EmployAbility was established in 2006 as the not-for-profit organisation dedicated to assisting students and graduates with all disabilities, including dyslexia or long term health conditions, into employment. We have a wide network of relationships with universities, other disability charities and many other key stakeholders, and…
  4. Mental health rehabilitation project with a focus on employment/education. We support people into employment, work placements, training and education.  We have a strong emphasis on confidence building and preparation for work by giving members ownership and responsibility for the running of the Clubhouse ('work ordered…
  5. Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 3:30pm
    Logo The Leighton College, based in North London, provides a two year further education course for 16-25 year olds with mild to moderate learning difficulties leading to Ascentis Awards in functional development and employability. The course runs from September to July and includes literacy, numeracy, IT, cooking, creative therapy,…
  6. Remploy's purpose is to increase the employment opportunities of disabled people and those who experience complex barriers to work.  We have an expanding network of town and city centre branches and a comprehensive range of tailored support services provided through them. Developing partnerships with employers…
  7. Open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
    Kickstart image What is Kickstart? Kickstart is part of Scope’s employment services which provides highly personalised support for disabled people to find, apply for and keep a job. The service is aimed at supporting disabled people of working age into long term sustainable employment.The service is tailored…
  8. Coronavirus Update Shaw Trust’s Get Back on Track Service is now offering advice and support to Islington residents whose jobs have been affected by the current crisis. Issues/ topics covered include furloughing, changes to terms and conditions, working from home, managing mental health, etc. Are…
  9. SoundSkool is a full time, fully funded music industry college for 16 -19 year olds interested in pursuing a career in the modern music industry. Whether you’re a musician, music producer, singer, rapper or music’s next business mogul, SoundSkool’s Level 3 Music and Business Course…
  10. Office open 9.30-5.30
    Spear Islington works with 16-24 year olds who are currently unemployed, to assist them into employment, training or further education. We run a 6 week programme from 2-5pm Mon-Fri that includes; Tailored CV and Cover letter Interview training Professional Communication and teamwork skills Help with…
  11. Suited & Booted provides clothing and job interview advice for vulnerable and disadvantaged men in London. Our clients include the long-term unemployed, ex offenders, those experiencing mental health problems, homeless, looked-after youth and young adults and former miltary personnel - people who are struggling and…