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If you are leaving college and need more support than on a Traineeship or Apprenticeship, a Supported Employment programme or Supported Internship might be right for you.
You can contact the providers yourself, or contact Amaze's Looking Forward career programme first.
If you need to learn work skills before you start looking for work, these programmes may be right for you. When you are ready, you can move on to a Supported Apprenticeship or Supported Internship, or go straight into work.
Team Domenica - Brighton
Little Gate Farm - Hastings area
If you are ready to find work and have an Education, Health and Care Plan, a Supported Internship may be right for you. You will have time in college, real work placements and a job coach.
Project Search at East Sussex College- Eastbourne
Stepping Stones (year 1) and/or Supported Internship (year 2) at East Sussex College- Hastings
Supported internships at Plumpton College- Plumpton or Netherfield
Team Domenica -Brighton
If you are over 18 and eligible for adult social care support, you can work towards paid work on the Skills Development and Employment Pathway
List of careers advice and training- escis directory
Looking for work if you're disabled- Jobcentre Plus.
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