Are you are about to start a new job?  Are you having difficulties in your existing job?   If so, our team can help both you and your employer to ensure you are happy in your job.

Through a programme called Workable NI, we can provide advice and support that will be geared towards you and your needs. 

How we can help you?

The support will be different for each individual and a member of our team will work with you and your employer to:

  • Help you to talk about issues with your employer, such as how your disability affects you in work and what tasks might be difficult for you
  • Improve your skills through training courses such as personal deveopment, computer skills and work based training
  • On site support visits in your workplace which can help with things like changing hours or having a work 'buddy'
  • Organise training for people in your work to help them understand more about your disability
  • Linking up with people who can provide help with travel costs
  • Provide advice on the different types of benefits available to you & how to apply
  • Advise your employer about your rights in the workplace.  You can read more about this here


You can get support through Workable NI if:Workable employee

  • You have a disability
  • Are aged 16 or over
  • Are about to start a new job or are having difficulties in your existing job
  • Your job is 10 hours or more on a minimum of a 6 month contract



How long will the support last?

If you are in work, we will work with you and your employer for 1 year. If you need longer or shorter time at this stage this can be agreed with you, your employer and a member of our team.

For more information, contact Gillian or Miriam on 028 9029 7880 or email [email protected] or [email protected] 
 

Workable NI is a programme funded through the Department of Communities.

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If you need help in finding a job, take a look at our Job Match Project