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Bucks Disability Service Reach4Work Programme

Life Science, Healthcare and Social Care Third Sector / Voluntary Sector
Bucks Disability Service Reach4Work Programme
Bucks Disability Service Reach4Work programme is now open to anyone over the age of 16. If a student has a long-term condition or disability this is their chance to gain highly employable skills and make a significant contribution to the community. Everything is online so students can join virtually. What to expect: 

  • Work on important projects within our charity at BuDS.
  • Working with modern software such as MS Teams and Office 365
  • Each role is crafted to suit each individual.
  • A flexible and inclusive environment.
  • Training and support to learn new skills.
  • No effect on benefits - we are registered with the DWP.

Contact Oonagh Browne from BuDs at info@reach4work.org.uk or 01494 211179 to discuss options for your students.

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