What We Do
Providing high quality alternative curriculum education for young people up to the age of 16.
For the past 17 years we have provided young people up to 16 years of age with alternative education so they can successfully transition to further education or employment.
Supporting individuals of all ages to help them overcome barriers to employment.
We appreciate that people irrespective of age often have significant barriers to employment. Through a range of programmes and projects we offer a variety of activities to help individuals move closer to the labour market.
- deliver workshops to increase confidence, self-esteem
- run support sessions to develop resilience
- provide volunteering opportunities
- signposting to a range of support agencies and provide on-going support.
We create meaningful employment which restores individual dignity:
Being able to find and hold down a job increases people’s life changes and that’s why many of our projects focus on providing support to get into and stay in work.
- Paid and unpaid work placements and tasters
- Workshops to develop the skills employers require
- Accredited qualifications
- Work related certification
- Job clubs to help with job search skills
Enable individuals and families to live well for less as they struggle with the impact of austerity measures.
- Financial management programmes
- Skills workshops to live better on less
- Food Security programmes
Partnering with our businesses supporters to facilitate community involvement.
We recognise that the small business sector is well placed to help deliver solutions to some of the key social challenges faced by local communities, through the provision of a range of activities, including mentoring, sponsorship, skill development work placements, volunteering or charitable giving.