This Ability

The This-Ability project engages with learners with a disability/learning disability/difficulty or a long term health/Mental health condition.

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Participants on this programme work throuh a 3 stage process;

Stage 1: Ready, Willing and Able – 10 week course covering the 6 core capabilities.

Stage 2: World of Work – The participant will be referred to a training provider who will offer a programme of sector specific training that includes the 7 CBI employability skills to ensure the participant completes the Employability Passport.

Stage 3: Good to Go – In this stage participants will work with a This-Ability Employment Mentor to ensure momentum is maintained when sourcing employment opportunities.

Employability Passport: The employability passport will give our learners something to take away from the programme that will enable them to easily demonstrate the core capabilities and the employability skills to potential employers.

Potential activities can include;

  • One to one meetings with mentor
  • Completing an Employability Passport
  • Classroom activities/learning
  • Exploring reasonable adjustments
  • Employer visits
  • Outdoor team building
  • Problem solving activities
  • Sector specific activities

Get in touch for more information on this project.

 

Humber Learning Consortium is the lead partner for the Springboard Hull and Humber partnership project, providing specialist support and training for young people to access work and learning. This activity is part financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative and This-Ability on behalf of The National Lottery Community Fund.

We’re here to help. Call (01482) 242808 to see how we can get you back to work.

or drop us a line at

hello@workingforhealth.co.uk

Other support

The following organisations we would recommend if you’re seeking further help and support.

Let's Talk
City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) mental health services for people with mild to moderate mental health issues.

Contact details
01482 247111
pws-letstalk.hull@nhs.net

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind
Support for people with mental health issues in the Hull and East Yorkshire area.

Contact details
01482 240200
info@heymind.org.uk

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(01482) 242808

hello@workingforhealth.co.uk

Throughout the pandemic our first priority has been and will continue to be the wellbeing of our members, volunteers, colleagues and visitors. Consequently, in line with Government guidelines surrounding Covid-19, the offices at Working for Health are accessible by appointment only. Full details can be found on our Covid-19 page.  We remain operational and continue to offer support remotely to our members and welcome new referrals.