Southampton Partnership Information
In Southampton, training providers and organisations work in partnership to provide the best service for young people. We have put together a list of all the employment sectors they cover and within these sectors we have compiled lists of contact details for all the providers in the city.
Click the links below to find the career path for you…
Southampton Agency Directory 2017
The purpose of this directory is to enable appropriate education, employment and training referrals for young people in and around Southampton. Inside the directory are important contact details and information about a variety of Apprenticeships, Colleges and Training Providers in the area and there is also a signposting guide at the end of the document to help point young people in the direction of organisations that can help them. We hope you find it useful.
Agency Directory 2017 (the PDF is best viewed at 70% zoom)
Southampton Health and Support Services Directory 2017
The Solent Jobs Programme aims to provide a range of support to individuals to enable them to overcome barriers to employment. This directory contains information about health and other support available from different agencies to help people access the help they need. We aim to work in partnership with services and build on the current resources to enable people to progress into work. If you have any questions about the Solent Jobs Programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you know of a provision that isn’t in this directory, or you would like your provision to be featured, please contact email@example.com
All information and contact details are correct at the time of publication, however some details may be subject to change.
Health and Support Directory 2017 (the PDF is best viewed at 70% zoom)
Business in the Community Mental Health Toolkit for Employers
Business in the Community has partnered with Public Health England to produce a free, online toolkit to help every organisation support the mental health and wellbeing of its employees. It will help employers take positive actions to build a culture that champions good mental health and provides a greater understanding of how to help those who need more support.
This toolkit will help employers pick out the most valuable resources, and help to develop an approach that works. For larger organisations, the toolkit is also a useful resource to share with businesses in their supply chain and across their network.
Every organisation has an opportunity to support and develop a mentally healthy workforce and it doesn’t need to be complicated – this toolkit will help you understand and act, step by step.
Universal Credit Support Website
DWP has launched a new website to help people understand what Universal Credit means for them: www.understandinguniversalcredit.gov.uk
- This site provides customers with support to direct them to claim the right benefit, whether that is Universal Credit or one of our other existing benefits.
- With clear content and easy to follow navigation, the site will be a valuable source of information for both customers and organisations.
- Customers should still continue to claim Universal Credit at www.gov.uk/universal-credit. There are links to this page and support for how to fill out the claim on the new Understanding Universal Credit website.