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The programme includes a wide variety of training opportunities such as driving, furniture collection & delivery, cleaning, building maintenance, catering, stock control, administration and computer maintenance. Participants receive structured supervision including both group and personal mentoring, designed to develop basic social and life skills necessary to sustain employment, such as ;time management, punctuality, cleanliness, conflict resolution and social skills. The personal mentoring is individually tailored to overcome more complex, idiosyncratic barriers to progression and employment. Hope also offers support with job searching, including direct links to potential employers through their networking with local businesses.
Through the scheme, Hope have placed one young man onto a 12 week Prince’s trust programme, whilst another participant has successfully entered employment. They are training more volunteers to supervise and mentor participants, facilitating an increase in people using the programme from the growing class of jobless and purpose-hungry rough-sleepers.
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