Products and services for your customers
Whether you are looking for a bespoke service or an off the shelf product we have a solution to meet the needs of your customers, your team and your organisation.
We can offer embedding advisors to work with your customers or carry out training for your staff. Take a look at what services and support are available.
Triage, employment and personal budgetary support
We work with all individuals – not just those with disabilities – to look at their personal circumstances to find out what challenges they are facing and help that might be required to overcome these. This could include support to find a job, training and educational needs, help to manage their money and ensuring that they are claiming all of the benefits that they are entitled to. We will put together an action plan for each individual and make sure that the support they need is put into place.
Personal budgeting support helps people – in particular those claiming universal credit and receiving money on a monthly basis – to continue to manage their money in the long term. People in employment will have a higher income than those out of work and claiming benefits, so are in a better position to pay their council tax and rent.
Traineeships and supported internships
Just a few of the benefits include:
- Interns can prove to be a valuable additional staffing resource at little or no extra cost
- Specialist support provided by us means that the interns are not an added management responsibility
- Working alongside the interns brings an organisation’s equality and diversity training to life
- Integrating the interns into the workforce brings teams together and boosts morale.
Embedded advisors are an extension of your own staff: specialist Remploy advisors work from your offices and sites to provide expert employment support to your customers. They can be commissioned as part of a wider package, or as a stand alone service.
Mental health support trainingLocal authorities play a critical role in supporting people who are claiming Universal Credit. People moving onto Universal Credit will have to adjust to a new way of claiming their benefits, including payments being on a monthly basis and money for rent being paid directly to them, not their landlord. For some, managing a larger amount of money at once might be difficult – which might result in non-payment of rent or Council Tax.
Mental health support training is designed to help people who are claiming Universal Credit and are looking for work to build confidence and self esteem, so that they are able to recognise the skills and abilities they have to offer and apply for work.
- Course 1 – for those closest to employment
- Course 2 – looking for employment
- Course 3 – for those furthest from employment;
All courses run for four weeks.
Individual placement support (IPS)
Employment can play a major part in helping people with mental ill health to recover. Through IPS we support people who want to return to mainstream employment by working with them to define their employment goals and help them with job searching. We work closely with individuals and employers to continue to provide support once people have found work.;
For more information about any of these services please email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org