An apprenticeship is a real job. You will be employed, earn a salary and get paid holidays while working towards qualifications and gaining skills that employers want. You will learn at a pace that suits you and be supported by a mentor.
Find out more about apprenticeships and view the latest vacancies in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
There's also a useful guide produced by Disability Rights UK which informs young people with a disability, health condition or learning difficulty about the support (including financial support) available.
Some young people might also be eligible for Access to work funding
Access to Work is a government scheme and can help pay for towards communication support at interviews, special equipment required, a support worker or job coach to help you in your workplace, and additional costs of things like taxi fares if you can’t use public transport, as well disability awareness training for your work colleagues. The Access to work link has more information.