This programme provides young people with easy access to support they need during their transition into adult life.

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Post 16 Transition with an EHCP

This guide has been put together for young people who have an Education Health and Care Plan to help them support with Post 16 transition.

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post 16 options - end of year 11

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Support for Employment

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Further Advice and Guidance

Department for Work and Pensions Guidance on Transition to Work

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Our Employment Access Team (EA Team) work with employers to offer jobs, skills and work experience opportunities to schools and young people who are not in any employment.

We want to help all young people to be able to get a job, training or education place that helps them achieve their ambitions. We work with some amazing partners here in Birmingham including The Prince’s Trust to offer mentoring and a wide range of opportunities.

Our partnership project is called Youth Promise Plus and supports young people who have finished school. You can find out more about this support and other services at


Royal Association for the Deaf Employment: How to apply for a job Looking for employment? Here are our top tips on how to get started with job applications and writing a good CV. If you need further advice, or careers support, please contact our Employment team: BSL (British Sign Language) Royal Association for Deaf people


DSi asked people with Down syndrome from around the world what employment means to them. This video is a collection of their views and feelings about employment


Mencap Help and Support for people with a learning disability looking for a job

Employ Me Birmingham – a leaflet on the Mencap service supporting people aged 18-24