We understand that being part of the world of work – or volunteering – can hugely benefit an individual’s self-esteem, confidence and overall independence. People with learning disabilities often face significant obstacles when it comes to getting, and keeping, a job.
Through our specialist employment programmes, we help our members to meet and overcome these barriers to develop their professional skills and go on to thrive in the workplace.
We want our members to have the same opportunities as their peers; to experience the satisfaction that comes from a good day’s work.
Langdon appreciates that employers need to be fully supported when employing one of our members. We assign an employment co-ordinator who, upon matching employer to employee, explains what the employer can expect and will be available to talk frankly about any concerns. The employment co-ordinator will also regularly monitor performance on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, addressing any issues that may arise.
We are always on the lookout for jobs for our members. They are qualified, reliable and work-ready.
In our experience, firms often find that by employing an individual from Langdon they are able to bring their teams closer together and boost morale.
We appreciate the vital role these businesses play in the work we do, so Langdon has created the Employer of the Year Awards to grant our partners the recognition they deserve from a wider audience.
At Langdon we believe everyone has the right to work. Whether they are looking for full, part time paid or voluntary work, we work with our members to help them achieve their goal.
We help them develop new skills to increase their employability, find job vacancies, help with completion of application forms, prepare them for interviews and help them make the transition from benefits to paid employment.