Music and media projects
Discovery Catering café
Life Choices one to one support. Group support
Sports net – sport group
Lily’s Social Kitchen project, ECO Shed woodwork and recycle arts, Risky Business drama group
Contact phone: 07410980720
Britain's Bravest Manufacturing Company
Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company (BBMC) is a social enterprise run by Royal British Legion Industries, and is one of the largest and most successful social enterprises in the UK. With factories in Kent and Surrey, it directly employs over 100 people, with wounded, injured & sick veterans, and people with disabilities making up 70% of the workforce.
Contact email: BBMC@rbli.co.uk
Contact phone: 01622 795900
Vocational Training and Employability
Apprenticeship programmes and initiatives to help people into work.
We offer learning and training opportunities for students who don’t want to stay in a traditional academic environment and help those who have struggled to find work through conventional routes
Contact Email: ReadyToWorkKent@theeducationpeople.org
Contact Phone: 03000 414 005
Forward 2 Employment
Forward2Employment works alongside Fortis Trust to support young people, with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND), in Medway and Kent to find permanent and purposeful employment.
Contact Email: Forward2employment@fortistrust.co.uk
Contact Phone: 01634 683990
Kent Training and Apprenticeships
Work ready Training
Contact email: email@example.com
Sittingbourne Adult Education Centre
Unit A-B London Road Trading Estate
Kent Supported Employment
We support people with disabilities into employment
Contact Phone Number: 07736 197374
The Education People - Participate Kent
Contact email: Helen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact phone: 07872 414911 / 03000 418830
Website: https://www. kentchoices.co.uk/
The Shaw Trust
Employability is central to Shaw Trust. Supporting people into the workplace, especially those
with complex needs is a vital service – valuable to individuals, families, communities, businesses
and the economy. Careers support helps people improve their life chances as they enter and
sustain meaningful work and tackle in-work poverty.
Shaw Trust delivers major contracts on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions,
the Education Skills Funding Agency, devolved nations and combined authorities.
Contact email: email@example.com
Contact Phone Number: 03003033111
Scope Career Pathways
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone number: 07436 562254
Garden Centre/Farm Shop/Café
Spadework is a charity, which provides care, skills and meaningful opportunities for over 110 adults with learning and other disabilities.
Our aim is to support the trainees, who use our service as they develop their independence and personal skills through social interaction
with the community, providing them with the necessary tools to reach their full potential.
Contact email: email@example.com
Contact phone: 01732 870002
Matches disabled job seekers with suitable employers.
Helps people with a disability to find work by offering ‘barrier-free’ e-recruitment.
Disabled Workers Employment
Is a registered charity that supports disabled people looking for work It lists the latest job opportunities and provides a space where you can showcase your skills online.
Disability is the result of disabling environments. The inherent biases in existing recruitment processes and working environments disable many individuals from obtaining and thriving in employment. Our role is to disrupt this status quo and current ways of doing things. We drive the conversation beyond compliance, empowering employers through a road map of practical solutions and achievable goals to ensure all people are truly included.
What Incluzy does, is help disabled job seekers find work within companies who are committed to inclusion. Covering a range of conditions, Incluzy helps to prepare prospective employees for adapting to a new environment and also aims to educate employers about any adaptations they may need to make to cater to the needs of their new staff members.
If you’d like to know a little more about a company and other people’s experiences there, visit Glass Door. This website features reviews, average salaries and interview questions for a variety of roles.
Guidance and resources about employing disabled people and how the Disability Confident employer scheme can help you and your business.