Employability Learning Network
Employability Learning Network aims to support Local Employability Partnerships and wider stakeholders to improve the way that employability is delivered throughout Scotland. It provides a structure for you to interact with others and share common concerns, as well as sharing examples of good practice, deepening your knowledge and expertise in the process.
To find out more information click Employability Learning Network
Skills Development Scotland (SDS)
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is the national skills body supporting the people and businesses of Scotland to develop and apply their skills.
To find out more information click Skills Development Scotland
IntoWork is a specialised employment support service for disabled jobseekers across Edinburgh, East, West and Midlothian.
To find out more information click IntoWork
Glasgow City Council Supported Employment Service
The Glasgow Supported Employment Service is a team of job coaches who can support people with learning disabilities move into full time paid jobs.
To find out more information click Glasgow City Council Supported Employment Service
Project Search trains people with developmental disabilities to help them secure competitive employment.
To find out more information click Project Search
IWORK4ME is the only Scottish Charity providing specialised support to people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) (Asperger’s Syndrome or High Functioning Autism) who wish to become self-employed.
To find out more information click IWORK4ME
Access to Work
Access to Work team of advisors will work with the individual to create an action plan that meets their employment needs and goals. This will include online and face to face employment training that will improve your confidence and skills to prepare for work.
To find more information click Access to Work
Jobcentre - Disability Employment Advisor (DEA)
If you have a health condition or a disability that affects your ability to work, you can get assistance and advice on returning to the workplace by speaking to a disability employment advisor at a local Jobcentre Plus. A disability employment advisor is trained to be able to help the individual find work or to gain new skills for a job.
To find out more information click Jobcentre - Disability Employment Advisor
My World of Work
My World of Work will help an individual discover careers which will match their skills, interests, education and experience. To help them discover their ambition, help is there to find out how they can work towards it and also find out what their strengths are and how to pick a career that will be suitable to them.
To find out more information click My World of Work