Vocational & Professional Training

Changing lives through professional & vocational skills

Providing skills and counselling to people who have experienced drop out of mainstream education, and would be likely to experience long term unemployment and vulnerability to gain skills that will improve and enable them become economically independent citizens
We are committed to accountability and effectiveness in our programmes and training. We work diligently to secure opportunities for work experience and qualifications for our young people

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Mission

We are guided by our aims and goals to fulfil our mission:

Our Mission Statement

Providing skills and qualifications to people who have experienced drop out of mainsream education and may otherwise esperience long term unemployment and vulnerability to gain skills that will improve and enable them become economically independent citizens

Our Aims and Goals

Objectives

"To further our charitable purpose for the benefit of the public the trustee outlined the following objectives"

(a) Advancing education and training;
(b) The promotion of the efficiency and effectiveness of charities and the effective use of resources for charitable purposes by charitable and non-charitable bodies for the benefit of the public;
(c) The promotion and protection of physical and mental health through the provision of counselling;
(d) Developing the capacity and skills of the members of socially and economically disadvantaged communities in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society; and
(e) Promoting social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society – “social excluded” means “being excluded from society, or part of society, as a result of being a member of a socially and economically deprived community.”