Specialist employability support - SES programme
From 1st September 2015, we will provide nationwide specialist employability support to unemployed disabled adults with complex or multiple barriers preventing them from finding work.
Following a referral from Job Centre Plus, we will meet with disabled candidates and go through a series of profiling, induction and development sessions to prepare them for a new job. Once they are in work, further services are put in place to support, sustain and progress their career. Additional support is delivered through a network of expert partners - see below.
How to find out more
Complete our enquiry form for further details.
How support is delivered
Once referred, candidates will be assigned a dedicated specialist coach based on their individual needs. This single and consistent point of contact will offer support throughout the Remploy journey. They will help identify the most suitable route of support:
SES Start Back is for people with a small number of barriers to employment who currently feel unable to work. After receiving our specialist support over a three month period they could be ready to move into work or another provision. Download our Candidate Start Back leaflet.
SES Main Provision is for people who have multiple and more complex barriers to employment and require a longer journey of support lasting up to 12 months. Download our Candidate Main Provision leaflet.
The two routes look like this:
Customer journey for SES Main Provision:
Customer journey for SES Start Back:
The best support from our expert partners
Not only will disabled candidates benefit from a tailored programme with us, we can call upon a number of leading organisations to deliver support around specific needs. Our expert partners include:
- Enham Trust is a leading disability charity supporting both disabled and disadvantaged people in every aspect of their lives.
- Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD) promote equality for deaf people through the provision of accessible services.
- The Royal National College for the Blind is the UK's leading further education college for those aged 16 plus with visual impairments.
- Communication Specialist College Doncaster specialises in meeting the needs of students who are deaf or hearing impaired and those with communication difficulties including autism and Aspergers.
- The National Autistic Society (NAS) are the leading UK charity for people on the autism spectrum (including Asperger syndrome) and their families.