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WAM Opportunities Open for Applications!
Check out what placements are currently on offer from WAM.
Looking For Work
Learn about our WAM placement programme and get useful tips on your job search
Book now for Building the Future Careers Event - 25th May
Get AHEAD's unique careers fair for students and graduates with disabilities on Friday 25th May 2018 in Citi, Dublin.
I'm an Employer
Looking to expand, promote diversity and improve inclusive practices in your workplace? Check out how we can help you.
WAM for Graduates
WAM is a mentored work placement program specifically for graduates with disabilities and specific learning difficulties.
Need something? Want to find out more? Get in touch.
We offer training on all aspects of inclusive education and work from disability awareness to needs assessment and more.
WAM Rules & FAQs
We've gathered answers for some of the most frequently asked questions on getting the placement you desire.
I’ve Graduated: What Next?
Explore your options. What are the things you need to consider to land that dream job?
Frequently Asked Questions
The most commonly asked questions about our blended learning course.
Join the Graduate Database
It's the quick and easy way to flag your skills to potential employers.
A forum for college students and graduates making the transition for college to the workplace.
Job Seeking Tips
Some key pointers to aid in your job search and ensure you're putting your best foot forward.
Work Placement Module
Many college courses now have a work placement module. Find out more here.
Final Year: Look to the Future
You're nearly there! It's time to start thinking about moving on …
Volunteering & Work Experience
Volunteering & undertaking Work Experience is fun, looks great on your CV and can help prepare you for life after college.
Useful information - from how to tell an employer about your disability to your legal rights.
Employment Equality Acts
These acts promote equality by forbidding discrimination within employment.
Disability Act 2005
Places a statutory obligation on public service providers to support access to services and facilities for people with disabilities.
Explore the ins and outs of completing job application forms.
What exactly is a cover letter and why is it important?