Search for jobs and volunteering opportunities:
Job-seeking and work clubs
Directory listings of organisations,groups and services that offer support in searching for jobs and preparing for job interviews:
Adult education and training
Directory listings of organisations,groups and services that offer support, programs and training:
Get Oldham Working
Get Oldham Working is a Council service that aims to help people find work, apprenticeship and training opportunities:
National Careers Service
National Careers Service provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work:
Our experienced Learning Support Team can help you to access our curriculum offer, ensuring that you have an equal opportunity to study, learn and achieve your potential:
Positive Steps is a charitable trust that delivers a range of targeted and integrated services for young people, adults and families that recognises the diversity of the people with whom we work:
Groundwork is working across Greater Manchester to create stronger, healthier communities, responsible businesses and greater prospects for local people:
Doing jobs around the home
The journey to paid employment for your young person with SEND, is best made in small steps and starts at home. You can help start your young person’s journey by giving them jobs to do around the house.
Doing small jobs at home is a good starting point for developing their skills and confidence.
Sharing housework can also help families work better together and reduce family stress.