Commissioned by Salford City Council and delivered by GC, the Salford Supported Employment Service aims to make it easier for people in the borough with learning disabilities or autism to find a job by connecting them with inclusive, supportive employers such as Jigsaw Facilities Ltd.
Winning Ways is an 8-week course designed to educate and inspire people on probation to make positive, sustainable changes to their lives. Find out how the course helped Stephen, a former chef, expand his skillset and find a job.
ST was referred to the Hub as a result of his flat being victim of a fire late in 2022. He was in temporary accommodation and struggling with his mental health and was encouraged to seek help with accessing these services and maintaining his well-being.
Sarah’s restart scheme advisor was able to identify Sarah’s strengths and skills and managed to get her an interview at a hotel spa. This was excellent for Sarah as it played to her strengths and suitability.
MC was referred to the CFO Activity Hub at the start of the year and was referred for support around his alcohol consumption and to be able to develop a sense of purpose. He was also struggling with his mental health and self-confidence, making him anxious around attending the Hub.
CK was referred to the Hub back in February earlier this year and struggled to attend any sessions to begin with due to ongoing mental health issues.
Maxine Newlove lost her job due to having cancer. Through our Employment Legal Advice service, we helped her get legal advice - which resulted in a successful outcome. With support from our Working Well (Work & Health) programme, we also helped Maxine secure a new job.
The Yorkshire CFO Activity Hubs give people the support they need to get back on track. Part-funded by the European Social Fund, the Hubs aim to overcome some of the barriers that make it difficult for individuals to access support in areas such as education, skills development and employability.
The CFO Activity Hubs in Yorkshire give people on probation the support that they need to get back on track. BC was referred to the Hub in June 2022, 2 years into a Youth Referral Order. His probation practitioner wrote on his referral form that: