Scope have free places available on their next Starting Line pre-employment training course starting on Tuesday 27th September.
Scope are able to support and work with people with any disability, learning difficulty, mental health condition (e.g. anxiety, depression), physical impairment, sensory impairment, or long term health condition, and anybody who is neurodivergent, including autistic people.
Scope’s Starting Line service is self-funded.
This service is most suitable for people who haven’t worked before or not worked for a long time and are not currently working. Starting Line is a 7-week group course, covering a range of modules in pre-employability skills, combined with one to one tailored support and guidance. Upon completion of the course, customers can expect to finish with; goal setting skills, an updated and improved CV, interview skills, sector specific job search knowledge, and guidance on how to talk about their disability / health condition. Customers will also have a weekly one to one with their employment adviser. for more info, just visit www.scope.org.uk/starting-line and complete the online form.