How can our Inspiring Families Programme help you?

Celebrate International Day of Families by joining our Inspiring Families programme

14/05/2018

Celebrate International Day of Families by joining our fantastic Inspiring Families Programme. If you need help finding a job, or need a boost in confidence with your interview skills then this programme could be just what you need!

Our Inspiring Families Programme is all about helping you find employment and ultimately improving your family’s circumstances. The programme is 100% FREE for you, because it is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).

How does the process work?

  1. Your own personal adviser
    Upon joining our programme you will receive your own personal adviser who will assess your and your family’s current situation and help you understand what needs to be addressed so you can secure employment.
  2. Your own action plan
    Your adviser will put together a personalised action plan that reflects your needs in terms of finding a job (perhaps you need to update your CV, or practice your interview skills). This action plan will also reflect a job that is right for you and your family.
  3. Reviewing and tracking
    Throughout your time on the programme, your adviser will regularly review and track your progress to ensure that you stay on track and are able to reach your goals.

Alongside our three step method, your personal adviser will also give you support and advice throughout the entire process, including financial advice.

Am I eligible?

If the below applies to you, then you are able to join us on the programme:

  • You are aged 16+
  • Have the right to live and work in the UK
  • You are living in the Royal Borough of Greenwich or are referred to us by the local authority
  • You are unemployed/economically inactive and part of a family where one of the following applies to you or your family:

              - Parents and/or children with a range of health problems

              - Families affected by domestic violence and abuse

              - Children whose attendance at school has caused concern with the school or other agencies

              - Children who are identified as in need or are subject to a Child Protection Plan

              - Parents and/or children involved in crime or anti-social behaviour

              - People currently seeking support from the probation services.

 

If you want to get involved our Inspiring Families Programme, or with any of our other employment programmes, check out our Twin Employment and Training website and contact our team today.