Online Directory - Employment and Training

Deaf Multilingual Support Community (DMSC)

Our overall aim is to get Deaf people into the workplace. We help people to write their CVs, complete application forms, make phone calls and write emails to apply for work, research jobs that match the client's skills and experience, offer advice on how to conduct a positive interview, organise Access to Work funding for interviews. We have experience of the barriers Deaf people face. We aim to encourage, support and serve a Multilingual Deaf community to break-down these barriers, live independent lives and achieve their dreams. Other information: Stephen Amoateng, Project Manager - SMS: 07490 169 385, email: stephen.amoateng@ideaf.uk.

SMS: 07751 529 235

What we do

Stephanie Hajebi, Advisor

Main Office, Montague House, Montague Place, Brighton BN2 1JE

Possability People - The Community Employment Service

The Community Employment Service: Possability People has a number of ways in which it supports disabled people or people with a long-term health condition or impairment who are thinking about work.

07795 904 927

What we do

Mandy Crandale, Community Employment Specialist

Montague House, Montague Place, Brighton BN2 1JE

Supported Employment Team - Brighton & Hove City Council

If you or someone you know has a disability or long-term health condition, the Supported Employment Team can provide training and advice to find or maintain work. By providing the right support, we can help you to develop job skills, get paid or voluntary work and overcome barriers to employment. NOTE: there is a prioritisation process for their service and a waiting list.

01273 295 961

What we do

Silvia Burgio, Team Administrator

4 Stanford Terrace, Station Approach West, Hassocks, BN6 8JF

Talking Hands Employment, Training & Support Service

Talking Hands Employment, Training and Support Service (ETSS) is a free service to the deaf community offering support with searching and applying for jobs, searching and applying for training courses, making and receiving phone calls, general administration and more. This service is available for school leavers and upwards. ETSS appointments are on a one to one basis with one of our Level 6 BSL trained Communication Support Workers.

talkinghandscafe.co.uk

What we do

John Palmer

53 Sackville Gardens, Hove BN3 4GJ

VoluntEars Deaf Volunteering Overseas

A specialised volunteer organisation offering worthwhile and exciting overseas trips for D/deaf, hearing and hard of hearing people. Help in a Deaf school in a developing country and explore a new country and culture. Experienced BSL Interpreter on every trip.

@WeAreVoluntEars

Tel: 01273 782 288 / SMS: 07713 752 124

What we do

Richard Clowes, Director