The transition from school to workplace is never easy, especially when you have dyslexia or another learning barrier. If you’re starting a modern apprenticeship, which combines workplace experience with training, getting the right support can make all the difference.
We support apprentices by providing targeted assistive technology and training to address an individual’s unique learning challenges.
As a “Disabled Student Allowance” provider with over 20 years’ experience supporting students with disabilities, we have a huge amount of knowledge and experience supporting learning activities. What’s more, as an “Access to Work” provider we have helped support employees at all levels in many different sectors.
These two skill sets make it possible for us to fully support both parts of an apprentice’s obligations – their workplace tasks and their learning tasks.
- Bespoke support tailored to an individual’s needs
- Complete assessment, supply and training solution
- Funding available through Access to Work
- Training which increases confidence and independence
- Reading, writing and organising support through technology
Access to Work
An Access to Work grant can pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition to help you start working, stay in work or move into self-employment.
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