The SEEN firmly believes that for some disadvantaged people, for example those with moderate learning disabilities or those with enduring mental health issues, the best way forward for them is to attend a specialist course as they move, however slowly, towards employment. But, to counter-balance this, we also believe that for many others a realistic way forward is to attend what could be called mainstream courses, as long as the service provider is making reasonable adjustments to take on board their disabilities or health conditions.

Organisations that give support to people to find work, or offer courses that move people towards work are listed in the Support orgs page. Within this section we might also provide details of organisations that might be useful to you even if they might not give employment support directly.