The Achieve – Inspire – Motivate (AIM) project helps ex-offenders into positive outcomes.
An East Midlands college has received £980,800 of ESF funding to support a new project. Derby Business College Training was the successful applicant for the funding and has launched AIM (Achieve, Inspire and Motivate) which supports young ex-offenders serving community sentences back into employment. Under priority Axis 1.2, the project will help sustainable integration with young people. The objectives of the project are:
• To provide intensive support to young ex-offenders and for at least three months to secure sustainable employment at the end of the activity.
• To engage ex-offenders in training and learning activities tailored to their needs which will improve literacy, numeracy and employability skills.
• To reduce re-offending rates amongst the ex-offenders through a positive engagement programme.
These objectives will be met through local and targeted programmes of engagement, confidence building, high quality information, advice and guidance, skills development and work experience. AIM will take a holistic approach to address the complex problems or barriers that ex-offenders face.
Managed by Derby Business College, contact the providers directly:
WorkPays 0116 251 8245 www.workpays.co.uk
Select the age group tab at the top of the page i.e. I am 16-19
Under Help and Support (right hand side of the page) select Eligibility Checker
Complete the form and click submit to WorkPays tab -WorkPays will then make contact
McCrory Limited Great Central Railway, Greenacres Leicester, LE4 3BR.
For further details or to book please call the Derby Office on 01332 322252, email: training@mcCrory.co.uk or call to find out more information on: 07900 070333
Delivery ends on March 31 2019