WorkStart has Started

GoodLife’s first group of WorkStart students started today with Jan Harris our course tutor leading the way. WorkStart is a series of workshops for unemployed people who have a learning disability or autism designed to introduce people to the idea they might be able to work, build self-confidence and motivation, increase their work choices and prepare for taking the next step with support.

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The first course is now fully booked and underway but we want to talk to anyone who thinks they or someone they know might benefit from the course. You can find out more along with how to contact us on our GooodLife training page

WorkStart is funded by the European Social Fund and Education and Skills Funding Agency via the Black Country Community Grants programme and builds on the approach developed through our successful Gateway to Work project in partnership with Wolverhampton Mencap.

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