If you have a disability or health condition your employer has a duty to ensure you can do your job.
Access to Work
We deliver Access to Work assessments nationally - helping individuals with disabilities and their employers
Support We Provide
We can help you find the 'hidden' job market
We will ensure your CV is tailored to the job you want
We can run mock interviews and help you prepare for interview questions
Our advisors can help you better understand your benefits and how your finances will change when you move into work
Everyone is allocated an advisor who can offer 1-2-1 personalised support
We work closely with employers to offer you exclusive job vacancies and set up interviews
Support We Provide
We believe that everyone deserves the right to work, learn, and should not be prevented from working due to a lack of skills. We also recognise that in today’s world having the right skills is really important for employers and so we now deliver funded skills support across Kent and Sussex to anyone aged 16-18 or 19+.
We are committed to our learners and encourage them to achieve their full potential through education, developing their employability, confidence, health, and wellbeing. We deliver courses across Kent at our RBLI offices, providing opportunities to you develop key skills required to gain access to quality jobs. Employment advice and job searching facilities are also available at our offices, through a variety of employability programmes.
English and Maths
Both English and Maths are vitial skills we all need to develop and keep using throughout life.
CSCS Card Training
The CSCS card is important for anyone who is looking to work in the construction industry.
Retail and Customer Service
For individuals who would like to work in the customer service or retail industry.
This course is for individuals who would like to work in the warehousing industry.
This course is designed to help individuals gain the digital skills they need to find a job.
This course is for individuals who would like to have a career in business administration.
Health and Social Care
This course is for individuals who would like to deliver excellent customer service in a health and social setting.
A member of staff at the school had been hard of hearing for most of his life. When in a room with 30 students having a discussion, he was struggling to have any conversations on his own.
Derek came to us as he was struggling to find work. We helped him gain the Maths & English qualifications potential employers were asking for.
Elizabeth was setting up her own business but struggling because of her dyslexia. Our assessment helped her get the support she needed to succeed.