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DWP work coach

What is the role of a work coach?

Work coaches can give you help and support regardless of your situation.  They can help you find work or gain new skills even if you have been out of work for a long time, or if you have little or no work experience.

Your work coach can offer you:

  • Support to identify what type of work or training suits you best
  • Signpost, where appropriate, to provision that is available to help you to move forward to gain necessary skills to progress closer to work
  • Your work coach may let you know about jobs that match your experience and skills

Who do they work for?

Department for Work and Pensions

Who is this service for?

Work coaches are there to help anyone, including people with a disability or health condition to find and get a job.

Contact your local Jobcentre

You can find your local Jobcentre and how to get in touch with them on the Directgov website.

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