Here you will find information and links about employment.

Benefits and Working Information

This is only a rough guide and the information will change.
You must always tell the Department of Work and Pensions (the DWP) about any work that you do

British Association for Supported Employment (BASE)

The British Association for Supported Employment is the national trade association representing hundreds of agencies involved in securing employment for people with disabilities.

Employment and Disability Service (EADS)

The Employment and Disability Service work to help people living with a disability or problems with their mental health to enter into the work place for the first time, or after a break.

They offer career guidance, support finding work and help to keep customers in the workplace once they've been successful.

To find out more visit their website

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help people make decisions about learning, training and work opportunities.

Private fostering

Do you work with children? If so, you may know of private fostering arrangements. This is where a child or young person up to the age of 16 (18 if ...

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Our 30 Days 30 Way UK emergency preparedness campaign is back! Launching on September 1st, the campaign will feature a daily message to encourage us ...

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Payments system - intermittent downtime

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Fostering and Adoption Open Evening

If you've been thinking about using your skills and experiences to help others and make a difference, this could be the time you change a life forever...

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Free 30 hours of childcare for 3 and 4 year olds

If you're the parent of a 3/4 year old and you’re working 16 hours a week on minimum or living wage, you could be eligible for 30 hours funded childca...

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European grant funding boost for digital projects in Northamptonshire

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