UPDATE: The Pathways to Work Programme has been closed.
Pathways to Work is a service created to help people with disabilities or health conditions that make it difficult for them to find work. Anybody claiming Incapacity Benefit, Income Support because of Incapacity, or Severe Disablement Allowance, will automatically receive extra support through Pathways to Work. People can also volunteer to be included.
Pathways to Work can help people by providing extra money to help when they start work, provide training programs to help people develop their skills, and provide specialist help in coping with their health condition or disability.
In a lot of areas Pathways to Work is administrated by the JobCentre Plus. In other areas it is run by private and voluntary sector organisations. Your local JobCentre Plus office will be able to put you in touch with your local Pathways to Work provider.
|What is the JobCentre Plus?|
A layman's guide to the Job Centre Plus and it's services for job seekers and employers.
|What is Income Support?|
Income Support is available to UK residents aged 16 to 59 who unable to seek full time work.
|What is Job Seekers Allowance?|
Jobseeker's allowance is the benefit paid to unemployed people who are actively looking for work.
|What are Job Fairs?|
Job Fairs provide a great opportunity to meet many local employers.
|JobCentre Plus Offices|
Where to find your local JobCentre Plus offices.
|Disability Employment Advisors|
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|How to contact Jobcentre Plus|
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|Help with moving from benefits to work – Getting Help|
Your Jobcentre Plus work coach can help you by giving advice on the support available when returning back to work.
|Help with moving from benefits to work – Starting Your Own Business|
Your Jobcentre Plus work coach at your local Jobcentre Plus can tell you about resources which can help you to start your own business.
|Help with moving from benefits to work – support when you start working|
When you go back to work, this does not mean that you have to give up all of your benefits. Some benefits may carry on and there may be others available to you once you have started working.
|Help with moving from benefits to work – Work Experience and Volunteering|
Help with moving from benefits to work – Work Experience and Volunteering
|Help with moving from benefits to work – Job Search Programmes|
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