JobSense has been funded by the European Social Fund to help people, aged over 25, with a sensory loss to find employment.
If you have sensory loss and are currently out of work, JobSense could help you access employment, education or training.
JobSense works with jobseekers who are deaf or have hearing loss, those who are blind or have sight loss, and those who are deafblind. We also work with employers.
This is a project delivered in partnership between Action on Hearing Loss Cymru, Centre of Sign, Sight and Sound (COS) and Elite Supported Employment Agency.
JobSense will start supporting people with a sensory loss from the end of March 2019. To qualify for support from JobSense, you need to be aged 25 and over and live in one of these counties – Cardiff, Newport, Vale of Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Powys, Flintshire or Wrexham.
If you have a sensory loss, you can find more information about JobSense here.
If you are an employer, you can find more information here.
For more information, or to register for the JobSense project, phone 029 2033 3034, (Next Generation Text service (NGT) available) or e-mail email@example.com
JobSense is a partnership between Action on Hearing Loss Cymru, the Centre of Sign, Sight and Sound (COS) and Elite Supported Employment Agency, and has been supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.
The JobSense project, backed with nearly £3 million from the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government, will help people with a sensory loss gain employment.