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Action Towards Inclusion - (current project)

19th February 2018

Humber & Wolds Rural Action (HWRA) has two Keyworkers who will engage and sign eligible participants onto the project and who will provide the main point of contact. They have an important role in supporting participants to effectiviely progress into job-search, education, training and employment. They will do this by supporting participants to engage with existing provision and acess intervention partners who can provide activities aimed at removing barriers associated with health, finances and skills. The keyworkers will be expected to engage with employers who will provide opportunities for work.

The Keyworkers will:-

  • Identify participants
  • Organise an initial meeting to confirm eligibility and appropriateness
  • Conduct an inital assessment to establish current situation, including barriers, support needs and future goals
  • Provide support by providing regular mentoring and employability support to overcome barriers and achieve goals.
  • Refer to other provision by referring participants to other avenues of support that meets their needs
  • Continue to provide regular support which will only finish when the participant has finished the project.
  • Help the participant achieve a positive progression when they finish the project.

To refer to the project, contact the Keyworkers, Carole Johnson (carole.johnson@hwrcc.org.uk) & Peter Hirschfeld (peter.hirschfeld@hwrcc.org.uk) or phone our office on 01652 637700.

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