How to book a Smart Works appointment
Every woman who comes to Smart Works is referred by another organisation or charity who is supporting her on the journey to employment. This makes sure we are reaching the women who will most benefit from our service.
Our office hours are Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 5pm and we welcome clients every weekday and virtually where travel is not possible.
We usually require at least a day’s notice to book an appointment but we will be as flexible as we can. If in doubt, please call us and we will always do what we can to take your booking.
“I have successfully gained a role. It is thanks to you that I didn’t give up altogether. I had lost all hope when I was put forward to you. I now cannot wait for Monday morning and a new adventure.” – Janet
Smart Works has over 150 referral partners across Scotland and has built strong relationships with notable organisations such as Job Centre Plus, Remploy (employment services for disabled people), IntoUniversity (young people) Barnardo’s (family support), Women’s Aid, Access to Industry (employment services), Skills Development Scotland, as well as a number of schools and colleges.
We are always looking to build new relationships with referral partners. If you would like to become a referral partner, please get in touch.
“I would like to put on record by personal thanks for the absolutely outstanding service you offer our customers. It has, and continues to make, a fundamental difference.” – Referral partner
A few of our wonderful client testimonials:
“I was made to feel powerful, feminine and secure within myself. As well as just changing my wardrobe, it changed my outlook on work and life.”- Smart Works client
“Absolutely amazing and fabulous experience, something that I’ll be eternally grateful for. Life changing.” – Aimee
“I would like to say a big massive thank you, thank you, thank you. You can’t pay for that confidence, you could go and buy the clothes, but you can’t pay for the confidence they give you. I’m just delighted and very grateful.” – Christine