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Getting to know you

After being referred by the Jobcentre, you will meet your own personal Employment Adviser. They will talk to you about.

  • Your interests
  • Your skills
  • Your ambitions
  • Your experience
  • Your health
  • Your personal circumstances

The more information your Adviser has, the better support they can provide. Throughout your time on Better Working Futures we will reimburse your travel costs.


Making Your Plan

You and your Adviser will make a plan to help you start working.

You will both create a plan, including details of the kind of job you want, and explore your best options. Your plan will detail this and your Adviser will coordinate everything for you.


Managing your health and disability

We understand that some health conditions can sometimes make it difficult to find and stay in work.

If you need support with this, our Health Professionals, are able to help. They provide expert advice on managing physical and mental health in the workplace.

Courses and workshops are also available, as well as access to other support in the community.


Personal development

Our training courses will help you to develop the right skills for the job you want. Your Adviser will take you through all of our available courses and identify the best ones for you to take. These courses can be taken in our offices, and some are also available online.


Applying for jobs

When you’re ready, we’ll help you start applying for jobs.

  • Find a vacancy
  • Submit application
  • Prepare and practice for interviews

Dealing with other issues

If you are worried about how any other personal circumstances might affect your chances of getting a job, we can help you. Our free and confidential advice and training helps people experiencing challenging and stressful situations, including:

  • Housing issues
  • Caring responsibilities
  • Previous convictions
  • Financial issues

Starting work

Our support does not end when you start working.

We will keep in regular touch to make sure you have settled into your new role. If there is anything further we can do to help, just contact your Adviser.

  • Regular contact
  • Continued support
  • Helping you succeed

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