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Employment Support

We are committed to supporting disabled people to find and sustain work if they have the capacity to do so. Our approach is to work on removing the barriers to employment and engaging with employers to raise awareness of the contribution disabled people can make.

WECIL currently runs a free employment course for anyone who identifies as disabled or has a long-term health condition.

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak we had to suspend our course Working Together. We started running an adapted version of the course in May 2020. This is taking place online, please find information below under “Working Together”.

We also support businesses and organisation by providing consultancy and training. Visit our business page for more information about the services we offer.

How to get in touch

You can contact our friendly team to discuss any queries that you may have.

Email us at or phone 0117 947 9911

Working Together is our FREE employability course.

The course is designed to support people over 18 who identify as disabled or have a long-term health condition. This includes learning difficulties, anxiety, depression or dyslexia for example. You do not need a formal diagnosis to access the course.

“This course has been the highlight of my week. I feel valued here.”
Course participant

Next courses

Our employment course Working Together is usually once a week for 12 weeks from 10am until 2pm, in person.

While we cannot run face-to-face during the pandemic, WECIL is pleased to announce we will be delivering a bite-sized version of our course online. This will be once a week for 6 weeks, for 2 hours. As usual, our course is about learning employment skills but also developing a peer support network and we hope it will be helpful for people during this period of isolation.

We will have small groups of 5 people maximum.

Our next course will start on the 4th November 2021 from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.

  1. Reasonable Adjustments in work and the Access to Work scheme.
  2. How to disclose your condition/disability to an employer and when to do it (Positive Health Disclosure)
  3. In-work behaviours and relationships including in-work behaviours when working from home
  4. Skills matching and identifying a career path
  5. Travel training
  6. Peer support
If you would like to refer yourself or refer someone, please fill in our registration form by following this link. Once we have received your form, a member of the employability team will contact you to go through an initial discussion with you and get you set up online.

If you are interested in the course but want to wait until we are running face-to-face again, or the current online dates do not suit you and you want to know about future courses, you can leave your details on this form: I am interested in the course.

Current and past participants of Working Together can access our click in and chat group peer support group. 

We meet once a week and have friendly discussions, play games, and give each other tips.

If you are isolated but are not interested in our employability course, we also have an adult befriending service you can access instead.

Evenbreak is an AAA accessible specialist job board that helps disabled candidates find work opportunities with employers who will value their skills. It’s free to register and candidates can set up job alerts for the kind of role they are looking for here

Contact WECIL

Please get in touch, we'd love to hear from you!

Alternatively, contact the team on 0117 947 9911

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