The Shaw Trust Supported Internship is a unique mix of Ofsted outstanding educational delivery with high quality job coaching within a range of supportive employer hosted locations. Employers have committed to support and nurture interns’ stated aspiration of moving into paid employment.
Our Supported Internships offer education and high quality on the job training within a range of different roles across retail, hospitality, manufacturing and horticulture at one of our locations across the UK.
If you are under 25 years of age with an active Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) get in touch with us today to find out how we can help you.
Gain experience working in a fully functioning business.
Learn new skills to help you progress into full time employment.
Have the opportunity to gain accredited and practical qualifications so you will feel more confident and prepared to find work.
Unique support package maximising the likelihood for learning retention and progression into employment.
Provider of Careers Guidance Services for young people with Education Health Care Plans across 18 local authorities in England.
Shaw Trust has a network of over 4,000 ‘DisabilityConfident’ employers within the UK.
Through career planning we work to understand your aspirations and capabilities.
Our Supported Internship managers, tutors and Job Coaches support individuals to develop skills, knowledge, and experience, developing confidence and capability. Our staffing team connect interns with local employers, and facilitate visits, trials, selection, and transitional support into employment.
Our goal is to help you find and sustain work. As your internship comes to an end our team will connect you with local employers and facilitate visits, trials and selection to help you find work. If you require further support to gain a job and stay in work, we can create paid “Supported Employment” opportunities that will provide you with a safety net and help you in and outside of the workplace.
An evidence-based method for teaching individuals. TSI incorporates the principles of applied behaviour analysis allowing our team to support individuals in learning a wide range of skills, from vocational to functional living skills.
Our staff are trained to help individuals understand the fundamental pillars of support when dealing with personal and professional set-backs, enabling learners to deal more positively and effectively with difficult challenges.
Our staffing team build strong, open and professional relationships with our interns, which often allows us to support individuals to themselves navigate through professional and personal circumstances effectively.
Our staffing team always:
The focus of the internship will be around building the skills and abilities needed in the workplace.
Pearsons Workskills Entry Level Three Award is delivered during the programme so interns can also gain accredited qualifications.
Examples of units being covered for the Supported Internship are: