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Project search and supported internships

SSupported intersnhip flyerupported internships offer an excellent way to for young people with a learning disability or autism to explore employment options. They are for people who really want to get a full time job at the end.

Supported internships are a type of study programme specifically aimed at young people aged 16 to 24 who have a statement of special educational needs, a Learning Difficulty Assessment, or an EHC plan, and who want to move into employment and need extra support to do so.

Supported internships offer

  • 5 days week Programme from about 9.00- 4.00
  • 2 or 3 different placements at different locations during the year
  • A work focused programme of study
  • Support from a job coach and tutor
  • Ongoing support to help get a paid job

There are a number of different programmes in Bristol. Three run as a partnership between Bristol City Council, City of Bristol College and the Sixteen Co-operative Ltd, a supported employment agency.

Project SEARCH works with 8-10 people who work at Bristol City Council in a variety of settings - from administration to security, catering support to working in the library. Over 60% of the students have gone on to get a job or an apprenticeship.

Into Catering is for people interested in catering and hospitality. It aims to give young people aged between 18 and 25 with learning disabilities or autism the chance to gain catering skills that will prepare them for paid work.

Bristol Internship Programme (B-SiP) is currently based at the College Green campus and works with a number fo employeers across Bristol.  There are 8-10 places availabl each year.

Download the Bristol Supported Intersnhyip Flyer here

Recruitment for September 2018 is already underway so it is important to make contact early

 

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