Scintilla are proud to be a partner of the Building Better Opportunities - Towards Work Project
Scintilla, is one of a partnership of local organisations delivering the Groundwork Greater Nottingham, Towards Work, Building Better Opportunities programme across Derby Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, jointly funded by the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership’s European Social Fund (ESF) allocation and the Big Lottery Fund.
Covering the area’s of Mansfield and Ashfield. We aim to support with those vital first steps towards gaining employment and overcoming barriers through a personalised service and support.
Our team is committed to:
· Supporting people to overcome personal barriers to employment and training, by providing an all-inclusive package of support to those most at risk of social exclusion
· Providing an In-Work Support service to ensure employment once obtained is sustained
· Providing a person-centered, tailored service particularly for;
o People out of work or economically inactive
o People aged over 50
o Young people not in education, employment or training
o Women returning to work or who have never worked
· Offering specialist support from our partnering BAME organisations, mental health and disability specialists for those in need of additional provisions
Towards Work offers bespoke, personalised and tailored solutions to support an individual's journey to personal progression and employment. Linking individuals with specialist local support and continued In-Work services resulting in job retention.
Having enrolled on to the programme Towards Work successful participants will;
To receive support from the Towards Work team contact
Check out an example of one of our success stories:
Following retirement from employment, Mansfield Voluntary Service (C.V.S) have given me so much help and advice to start up our community group over 10 years ago. We wanted to get the children in the community a new play park. Without the help of Mansfield C.V.S directing us how to write and prepare a Business plan we wouldn’t have achieved the £68,000 to pay for it.
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