Working in partnership with the Achieve programme, we are supporting ex-offenders to move into sustainable employment. By supporting men and women to undertake paid work placements and secure employment we are reducing reoffending.
- Training ex-offenders
- Sustaining employment
- Reducing reoffending
We've supported 140 people into employment and delivered a 62% sustained employment rate.
We support men and women to develop their life and work skills, helping them to secure and sustain employment. We work with each individual to ensure they are confident in their transferable ‘soft skills’, around communication, time-management and problem-solving, as well as with any trade-specific skills or certification.
Working with each individual, we first identify any barriers to employment and ensure the relevant documentation and access routes are in place before placements commence. We then help each participant to secure a paid work placement suited to their skills, ambitions and aspirations.
We work to ensure employment can be sustained long-term, allowing individuals to live independently and providing employers with committed, loyal and skilled staff. Our specialist, structured interventions support individuals’ rehabilitation and reduce their risk of reoffending.
"I wanted to work but didn't know where to start. Volunteering made me much more confident to go for a job." Chamayne
The Achieve programme is focused on supporting offenders who have difficulty accessing other mainstream services. The men and women it supports have limited work experience and low self-confidence, histories of poor mental health, substance misuse or debt, and do not have stable accommodation.
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Our community partnerships are run by Barry and Rob. They offer individuals specialist, structured programmes to first overcome obstacles and develop skills, then undertake placements, secure work and sustain employment. They also work closely with employers to provide skilled, committed team members who are work-ready.
Speak to Barry today about partnering with Recycling Lives Charity: