Work placement opportunities available in King’s Lynn
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Young people with learning disabilities are invited to learn more about a working scheme at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
For five years, Project Search has provided a stepping stone for those who want a taste of working life in preparation for a permanent job.
Potential applicants are invited to an open day where students, parents, carers and support workers will share their experiences of the scheme.
Kally Sagoo, course director of Project Search, said: 'Project Search can be a life-changing experience for all the students that come on the course. It gives them a sense of self achievement.'
The scheme is a joint initiative between the hospital, the College of West Anglia, Norfolk County Council and Remploy.
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