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WEA Eastern Region Courses from June 2022 onwards

Courses available for adult learners aged 19 or older in Norfolk, Suffolk and online. The WEA (Workers’ Educational Association) is the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education in England and Scotland. The WEA is a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional education into the heart of communities. Last year the WEA helped 28,219 students, with the support of nearly 2,000 volunteers, 900+ tutors and over 6,000 members.  Some of the courses starting soon include: More Healthy Cooking on…

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WorkReady resource 4 – Applying for a job in the NHS

Introducing #WorkReady – a collaborative project between Ace Anglia, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Thinklusive. Together with people with a learning disability and / or autism, we co-produced easy-read resources to encourage people with a learning disability into work. You can download Applying for a job in the NHS by clicking the link below.

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WorkReady resource 3

Introducing #WorkReady – a collaborative project between Ace Anglia, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Thinklusive. Together with people with a learning disability and / or autism, we co-produced easy-read resources to encourage people with a learning disability into work. You can download The different jobs available in the NHS by clicking the link below.

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Work Well Suffolk

Do you need help looking for a job? Do you need a little extra support? #WorkWellSuffolk can provide Coaching and Employment Support. Work Well Suffolk supports and delivers bespoke coaching, training, mentoring and helps with steps into employment and self-employment. The Work Well Suffolk Team will: Support you to engage with education, training, employment and self-employment Improve employment opportunities Promote independence, choice and wellbeing Empower you to remove barriers to employment Encourage you to participate in work related activities Work…

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WorkReady: resource 1

Introducing #WorkReady – a collaborative project between Ace Anglia, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Thinklusive. Together with people with a learning disability and / or autism, we co-produced easy-read resources to encourage people with a learning disability into work. You can download resource 1, a guide to reasonable adjustments by clicking below

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Inspirations: SignKid

SignKid is a London-based writer, producer and signsong rapper who is Deaf. His musical influences range from Public Enemy, Tupac and Biggie Smalls to Chance the Rapper. SignKid hasn’t let being Deaf get in the way of creating music and he produces his own beats and regularly performs live. He released his debut EP ‘Music is the Message’ in 2017 and in the same year won an award from the MOBO / HelpMusicians fund to help further his musical career.…

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