Norman Industries Supported Employment Programme
Norman Industries is a supported business that employs over 60 people with a disability or work limiting health condition. As well as offer paid supported employment, Norman Industries also offers work experience, training and a work based day service to people with a disability or work limiting health condition.
Norman Industries works with people with a wide range of disabilities including
We assist people to achieve greater independence and self-esteem in supported work based settings that include our factory, craft workshop, farm shop and café and the associated administration, design and social media communication.
Paid work is offered under a supported employment scheme which provides employment linked to support and job coaching dependent on the needs of the individual. Support could include additional or specialist equipment, a support worker, job coach, job aide or communication support. The support is usually funded through a grant from Access to Work.
Work Experience offers people who are thinking about work the opportunity to gain skills for work, to complete relevant training, improve their CV and gain a reference for future employers.
Training is provided in partnership with Pembrokeshire College and Learning Pembrokeshire and people can gain an Agored qualification in a range of subjects including health and safety, woodwork, craft, essential skills, such as numeracy and literacy, and employability.
Work based day service supports people with higher levels of disability to engage in work based activities design to increase their skills, confident and independence and to get them ready for work if that’s something they aspire to.
Telephone: 01437 763650
Address: Snowdrop Lane, Haverfordwest, SA61 1JB
Programme Manager Employability Services: Karen Davies
Pembrokeshire County Council is a Disability Confident Leader
|Norman Industries is a member of the British Association of Supported Employment (BASE)|