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Westminster Employment

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Westminster Employment supports adults with a learning disability and physical disabilities to find either paid employment, voluntary employment or work experience placements in a personcentred way. People are supported to produce an accessible action plan to confirm their hopes and aspirations for employment.

Westminster Employment provides job coaching for 13 weeks for people who need support gaining the skills and expertise required to meet their job roles and responsibilities. Additional support is provided after job coaching has ended to ensure people are able to maintain employment. Westminster Employment creates bespoke employment opportunities by working directly with individual employers.

Westminster Employment works in partnership with a number of employers who have employed clients and these employers represent the service by undertaking the role of Employer Ambassadors and inform other companies about the success of the partnership.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sue Davis
Contact Position
Team Leader
 020 7641 7686
 020 7641 5844

Other Details


Age Ranges

Local Offer

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Who is this service available to?

Westminster Employment supports people with a learning disability and people with a physical disability who meet the Care Act Criteria. People must be referred via Westminster Care Management. Westminster Learning Disability Partnership: T 020 7641 7411 E

How do you access this service?

Referrals forms are sent to the referee and returned to the manager. An eligibility check is carried out. Once a referral is accepted an appointment is arranged to meet with an Employment Adviser.

How do we ensure the quality of this service?

The service holds the Matrix Accreditation Standard, and Quality Assurance Measures are implemented to ensure that all advice and guidance sessions and action plans meet the National standards.


The service seeks twice yearly feedback from customers and partners of the service as part of its Quality Assurance. Information is created in a Person Centred way and by using easy read and accessible information.

Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type
Last Updated 16/09/2019

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