Autism Success Formula is a company passionate about carrying young adults with autism away from the cliff edge of unemployment in order to achieve employment. They not only work with young people with autism, but also with employers; coaching them how to manage and lead the “undiscovered workforce".

 Remploy Remploy is now one of the UK's leading providers of specialist employment services for disabled people and those experiencing complex barriers to work. Tailored services include development, training, learning and rehabilitation to help individuals prepare for, gain, and remain in sustainable work.

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The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help young people make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice. This is supported by qualified careers advisers. We are partnered with the London branch of the NCS.

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The Action Group's Real Jobs service provides supported employment services to young people and adults with support needs in Edinburgh and Falkirk, to help them find and sustain paid employment on the same terms as other employees.

Logo: Petroc  Petroc is one of the South West's leading further education (FE) colleges. They deliver all kinds of learning opportunities to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities; from degree courses in partnership with Plymouth University, training for employers and apprenticeships, to adult education classes, for fun or to gain qualifications.  
  Claro Support provides a range of specialist services to support adults with disabilities. They work with individuals, institutions and organisations to encourage independence and enable people to achieve their learning and work goals.
  At CareTrade, we strive to improve the life chances of school leavers and adults with autism within London by creating inspirational and sustainable opportunities that will help them achieve their potential and be as independent as possible. We support young people living in London who are 18-25 years old.
The letters MTIB on a purple square  MTIB provides employment, support and training opportunities for individuals with disabilities, health conditions, learning disabilities, and lifelong development difficulties. MTIB supports individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders on their Employment & Training programmes and schemes, currently including The WorkChoice Programme throughout Merthyr Tydfil and Blaenau Gwent and LEAP (Learning & Employment Action Project) delivered in the Merthyr Tydfil area only.