Here's a quick guide providing some useful links to organisations that are part of, or who have an influence on the Employability Sector.
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Corporate Affiliate Organisations
APM (Advanced Personnel Management) is a leading international human services organisation delivering employment, injury management/vocational rehabilitation, assessment, allied health intervention and community care (aged care and disability care) services.
- Bootstrap Enterprises
Across the eastern half of Lancashire Bootstrap's 140 staff assist people move into work and into business every day. Bootstrap's staff team are experts in a range of areas including : employment, enterprise, managing health conditions, skills, training, disability, social care, skills for life and work experience placements.
- Campbell Page
Campbell Page help people in difficult situations overcome personal challenges, find employment, and regain their independence.
CogniSoft is a leading provider of web-based software solutions for government funded training, skills and employment service providers across England, Scotland and Wales for over 30 years.
- Deaf Umbrella
Deaf Umbrella provide award winning support to Deaf people in the London and South East region. They do that through interpreter support and pre-employment training.
Emsi use labour market data to connect and inform people, education, and business.
- Epping Forest College
Epping Forest College is a sixth form and further education college in Loughton, England, offering a wide range of both AS/A2 Levels and vocational qualifications.
ICONI’s Customer Engagement and Progression software helps organisations improve people’s lives.
- Kennedy Scott
Kennedy Scott has been delivering welfare to work and employment training programmes since 1989, primarily for Jobcentre Plus and its predecessors.
- One Housing
One Housing manage over 15,000 homes across 27 London boroughs and surrounding counties and care for over 11,500 people to help them live independently.
- Papworth Trust
Papworth Trust is a leading disability charity. Their work includes providing a range of high quality services for disabled and disadvantaged people and campaigning for changes that disabled people want.
Pluss is a Social Enterprise that supports over 5,000 people with disabilities and other disadvantages into employment each year.
- Prospects Services Ltd
The Prospects Group is a dynamic and enterprising organisation providing a wide range of education, employment and skills services in the UK and internationally.
- Rehab JobFit
JobFit is a third sector led partnership of the Rehab Group and Interserve which delivers training, support and employability services across the UK.
Remploy exists to improve the lives of disabled people and those with complex needs through the power of work. They do this by creating real job opportunities.
- Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI)
Royal British Legion Industries is a national charity established in 1919 to provide treatment, training and support to service personnel returning from the Great War.
- Salvation Army Employment Plus
The Salvation Army's founder William Booth was passionate about helping people into work and set up many innovative employment projects. He believed that if people were skilled and employable they could help themselves out of poverty - a case of a "hand up" rather than a "hand out". The Salvation Army went on to open the nation's first ever Labour Exchange in 1890.
Founded in 1984, Seetec has grown organically over the last 30 years to become one of the UK’s largest and most experienced providers of Government funded Welfare to Work and skills training programmes.
Serco makes a difference to the lives of millions of people around the world.
- Shaw Trust
Shaw Trust is a national charity that helps people facing disadvantage into work, gain skills and take control of their futures.
Set up by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets aided by Canary Wharf Group, Skillsmatch provides a free recruitment service for local employers and to residents of Tower Hamlets seeking employment.
- Tomorrow's People
Tomorrow’s People is an employment charity that works with those facing multiple barriers to employment and equips them with the skills and confidence they need to get and keep a job. The charity’s vision is to break the cycle of unemployment and dependency in deprived communities throughout the UK.
- WISE Ability
WISE Ability deliver quality employment support, skills development and
community development services to members of the community through a range of initiatives.
- Working Links
Working Links are a leading provider of services to help those in society with complex needs to progress from social exclusion to social inclusion.