Job Club

The employment service will include: 

  • Let’s talk about you– your skills and experience, do you want to go into education, training, volunteering, job placement paid work, and more!
  • Create your action plan – the gateway to your future!
  • Let’s go forward with workshops in CV writing, cover letters, how to apply for jobs, interview role play, access to work, confidence building, gaining new skills, and many more….!

This can be done in group work or/and one-to-one support

If you would like to get in touch with Bob with other enquiries- please do so!


You can get in touch with our Employment Officer at or 07508 333510 (sms/whatsapp/facetime)


Bite-sized Deaf Awareness Training (21st July 2020)

"After the training I have a better understanding and now I feel I can do more, especially towards engagement" Harj of Welltraining

"Really easy to join and the trainer was very friendly and accommodating. I was made to feel very welcome and Bob kept ensuring I was still able to take part.  The training itself was great, really easy friendly format and very interesting.  I would love to learn more as it has pushed me to think a little differently when working with clients. Thank you so much" E.M Access2Business 

"I thoroughly enjoyed the session yesterday, it was enjoyable and very informative. The training was excellent, giving a great insight into deaf awareness.  It has given me more confidence in dealing with a potential participant who has hearing difficulties" Mandy of Manor Farm





Zebra Access are pleased to be a delivery partner for a new 'Black Country Futures' project funded by The National Lottery Community Fund which will run until March 2022. 

Deaf Hub

What can we help you with?

As part of the Zebra Access' Reaching Communities 'Deaf Hub' project, with the support of the Big Lottery Fund, Advocacy drop-in Centres for deaf and hard of hearing people are now up and running to assist with a range of queries, complaints, form filling, and many more.

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Interested in learning more about British #Deaf History? Have a look at @BSLZone's new series- Rewind… @ZebraAccess