Employability Employability Support The DWP Specialist Employability Support (SES) programme offers specialist support to disabled people with complex or multiple barriers preventing them from finding work. The scheme forges better links with Work Choice and Work Programme providers as well as specialist voluntary organisations in order to deliver an improved service. Doncaster Deaf Trust is the prime deliverer of the SES programme for people with a Hearing Impairment. We offer national delivery through a network of specialist staff and partners focusing on those people who need the most support to enter work or undertake work related activities. Read more Specialist Employability Support (SES)How can SES help you?How SES can help EmployersCase StudiesSpecialist Referral OrganisationsSES PartnersEmployers we work withEmployability Updates How can SES help you? SES is an employment focussed programme that has been designed specifically to help people with disabilities to gain the skills needed to find and stay in work. Our advisers, all of whom are able to use British Sign Language, have been chosen because of their experience, expertise and unique understanding of the problems that you face in finding and staying in a job. We place you, our customer, at the centre of all we do. We take full account of your needs, and aspirations to create a completely individual plan that will take you from where you are now to where you want to be. And whether that takes 8 weeks or 8 months, your adviser will stay with you and work with you so that in the end, your needs are fully met. How SES Can Help YOUWe have a range of options available to help you achieve your job goal:• Over 200 local offices – to minimise travel• English, Maths and IT Training• Employment specific skills: CV’s, Interview techniques and practice, on-line job-searching, assistance with application forms and speculative letters; access to the internet, free stationery• Vocational experience options including Motor Vehicle, Construction, Joinery, Hairdressing, Horticulture, Business Admin and more• Short certificated courses including; First Aid, Health & Safety, CSCS, Food Hygiene and others• Access to 1,000’s of local and national job opportunities• A named adviser who will stay with you during your time on the programme• Support for up to 6 months after you start work• Financial support for items like interview clothes, work-wear and travel costs• Residential Option available Doncaster Deaf Trust is delivering this innovative programme across the UK in partnership with The Department of Work & Pensions, Action on Hearing Loss and Clarion UK.