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What is Working on Wellbeing (WoW)?

WoW is a pre-employment project for disabled people and those with long-term health conditions who are beginning their journey into employment. Working in groups or individual sessions, an individual will receive tailored support from a dedicated Employment Advisor (EA) covering for example the following areas:

  • Providing 1:1 support
  • Encouraging conversations about disability in the workplace
  • Creating and adapting CVs
  • Bespoke opportunity searches
  • In-work support

We are able to signpost both individuals and organisations to our partners and other similar organisations for information around disability and health conditions.

We can also support individuals who participate on the project with in-work job support and guidance on applying for Access to Work support (if applicable).

How Working on Wellbeing can benefit you:

Improved job skills:

Working on Wellbeing, in particular Starting Line, provides training in skills that are in demand by employers, such as communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and critical thinking. By improving your skills, you become a more attractive candidate to potential employers.

Networking opportunities:

WoW can provide opportunities to network with employers, industry professionals, and other job seekers. This can lead to new job opportunities and connections that can benefit your career in the long run.

Increased confidence:

Enrolling onto Starting Line can boost your confidence in your abilities and make you feel more prepared for the job market. You’ll have a better understanding of your strengths and weaknesses and be able to present yourself more confidently in job interviews.

Access to job leads:

The LitC team have partnerships with employers who are looking for candidates with specific skills. By participating in Starting Line, you may have access to job leads that you wouldn’t otherwise know about.

Career guidance and support:

Employment Advisors provide career guidance and support, such as CV writing assistance, mock interviews, and job search strategies. This can help you navigate the job market more effectively and increase your chances of finding a job that’s a good fit for you.

Overall, participating in Starting Line and Working on Wellbeing initiatives can provide you with valuable skills, connections, and support that can help you succeed in the job market.

Need some assistance?

Need some assistance?

Contact our friendly and knowledgeable team:

Call: 01685 709 549

Email: info@litc.uk

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