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Supported Employment at Adult Education Wolverhampton

Adult Education Wolverhampton students have been working with Wolverhampton Council's Supported Employment Team. The students and their parents or carers took part in our first information session hosted by Emma Carless and her team who are skilled in finding paid work for residents with a disability.

The students have all previously taken part in a Supported Internship or Supported Employment programme at Adult Education Wolverhampton which helps students gain the employability skills and confidence to take part in a work placement and now these students need that extra support to gain their perfect job.

The students took the opportunity to sign up with the Supported Employment Team where they will benefit from expert support with job searching, completing CVs, someone who will attend the job interview with them and who will support them in work for the first 6 months.

We would like to thank Emma and the Supported Employment Team for their time and look forward to hosting many more similar events. 

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