The Restart Scheme in Central and West London

The Restart Scheme is supporting unemployed people across Central and West London in Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hackney, Hammersmith, Haringey, Harrow, Hounslow, Islington, Lambeth, Lewisham, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth and West Kensington. We work with Jobcentre Plus Work Coaches and local employers to help our participants secure sustainable employment in these areas.

Find your local Restart Scheme centre

Use the map below to find your nearest centre:

Local partners

In Central and West London, Ingeus delivers Restart on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions with our partners Seetec Pluss, Get Set UK, Twin and Groundwork.

Seetec Pluss is an established provider of programmes to help unemployed adults to reskill, find work or self-employment and a new life. It is expert at helping people with health conditions and disabilities and is at the forefront of the Disability Confident movement, engaging employers who are sympathetic to the needs of disadvantaged jobseekers. 
Get Set UK is integrated into London boroughs delivering mainstream support for the DWP and help for local residents under contract to the Councils. It has particular experience with the recently unemployed, people with poor health, older workers and delivers skills support to complement its employability expertise.
Twin is a 25 years-established provider of Government-funded courses in welfare-to-work, education and training and has supported a wide range of customers. Partnership, performance and passion have long been cornerstones of Twin success. They also provide travel and education experiences for students of varying ages from up to 90 different countries.
Groundwork creates and delivers services to meet the needs of London and Londoners. Their priorities are to improve the prospects of participants, and promote and create better greener living and working spaces. Groundwork increase employability, improve health and wellbeing and support people to become actively involved in the way decisions are made about services in their local area.