Vocational opportunities at Workbridge

Vocational opportunities at Workbridge are open to people with mental illnesses, learning disabilities, autism or brain injuries, of all abilities, and no previous experience is necessary.

We provide people with the chance to learn and develop work and life skills through a broad range of vocational activities in morning and afternoon sessions.

Having a vocation is something we all seek in life so if you'd like us to help you, or someone you care for, realise their potential, here's how to apply or refer:

1. Telephone 01604 872770 - Speak to one of our friendly staff members about the possibility of joining or referring someone to Workbridge.

2. Come and visit us - See what activities are on offer at Workbridge, meet other service users, talk to staff and discuss how you might fund your sessions.

3. Complete our referral form - Click here to access our referral form. Once you have completed the form, you can return it via email to [email protected] or by post to Workbridge, Braye Centre, Bedford Road, Northampton, NN4 7AD. Once funding is agreed, we will contact you and arrange the date of your first session.

4. Training and qualifications - In our workshops there are opportunities to further develop your skills with specific training and accredited qualifications. You will receive regular reviews and feedback to support your development.

Learn and develop work and life skills

How to apply

To register your interest in joining Workbridge as a service user, please complete the referral form on this page.

Send your completed referral form by email to: [email protected]

or by post to: Workbridge, Bedford Road, Northampton, NN4 7AD

Once funding is agreed we will contact you and arrange the date of your first session.

Brochure and referral form

Click the links to view our brochure and referral

Workbridge referral form Workbridge brochure