Our programmes in Liverpool

Getting Out to Work

In Merseyside, we run a specialist programme to ensure that men and women coming out of the criminal justice system move into employment.

The programme includes one-to-one mentoring which focuses on creating a personal action plan. Practical help is given to source suitable roles, complete vocational training and prepare for interviews and the disclosure process. To ensure that success is long term we provide an in-work aftercare service for employer and employee.

Our employment team works at probation centres, community rehabilitation centres and in ‘supported accommodation’ such as bail hostels and in prisons.

To find out more, please contact:

Joeley Roberts
T: +44 (0)151 703 0630
M: 07500 830058
E: jroberts@tomorrows-people.co.uk
A: Room 03A, 4th Floor, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2AH

 

Positive Progress

Mental health underpins health and wellbeing and impacts everyone.

Bupa UK Foundation is funding the Tomorrow’s People “Positive Progress” initiative, to help support and improve people’s mental health during mid-life.

 The programme is aimed at people who are:

  • Accessing a mental health/well-being service
  • Unemployed and in mid life
  • Interested in training, courses and further education
  • Interested in volunteering
  • Looking for work

We provide independent and confidential 1:1 practical help and support in local support service partner locations, to meet the individual needs.

This can include:

  • Motivational support to increase confidence and self esteem
  • Coaching in new skills to progress into training, education or volunteering
  • Signposting to other support services
  • Development and review of CVs
  • Practical support with your job search
  • In-work support once you become employed

To find out more, please contact:

Annette Tromans
T: +44 (0)7741 271996
E: atromans@tomorrows-people.co.uk
A: Room 03A, 4th Floor, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2AH

 

Working Futures

Working Futures is a support programme aimed at  young people who are not in education, employment or training between the ages of 16 and 29 who live in the local boroughs of Liverpool, Knowsley and Sefton.

The Working Futures project is part-funded by the European Social Fund and Youth Employment initiative.

The support programme, delivered by Tomorrow’s People, lasts up to 10 weeks with minimum 12 hours attendance over 2 days weekly. These attendance hours will include local in work placements or training. Participants will be provided with a paid for weekly bus or rail pass and their benefits will be unaffected by attending.

This is for people looking to develop their confidence and employability skills. Participants will be given support in choosing their job goals and setting out an immediate action plan. They will also benefit from work experience and CV development.

For more information please go to www.workingfutures.org.uk

To find out more, please contact:

Eddy Mullin or Anne-Marie Hunter
Dovecot Multi Activity Centre, Back Dovecot Place Liverpool L14 9BA

Office Tel: 0151 703 0630
T: 07823 335047 (EM) or 07887 803773 (A-MH)
F: 0151 203 3107
E: emullin@tomorrows-people.co.uk (EM) or ahunter@tomorrows-people.co.uk (A-MH)
A: Room 03A, 4th Floor, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2AH