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Big Ambitions CIC

Description
Keyworker Services

Mentoring
Providing a regular point of contact and support with personalised mentoring by skilled and experienced staff to support individuals to overcome barriers, progress towards goals and employability support.
  • Person Centred approach
  • Holistic support
  • Positive progression

Wellbeing, Confidence and Self Esteem development
Support to improve wellbeing, self-esteem and confidence using a range of techniques and open space to talk
  • Non-judgemental space to talk freely and be listened to
  • 1:1 support to identify barriers and personal goals
  • Wellness coaching including development of coping strategies
  • Access to personal development training courses

Training, Employability and Skills Development
Information, advice and guidance based on individual requirements.

  • Help to identify and overcome barriers to training, education and employment
  • Identifying career options meeting individual requirements and skills
  • Support with C.V. writing, job preparation and skill development
  • Address development needs through a range of intervention partners
  • Support disclosing difficult or sensitive issues to an employer
  • Advice to manage health conditions and disabilities
  • Referral on to appropriate services to continue your journey


Additional help to access the service:

  • Refund against travel expenses incurred
  • Help with childcare costs
  • Clothing for interviews / work

To prove eligibility for this service users must demonstrate proof of right to live and work in the UK (e.g. Passport, Birth Certificate, Permanent Residency Card)
National Insurance Number will be needed. Proof of being economically inactive (could be benefits letter, letter from the referrer / involved professional or self-declaration) or unemployed

Location
Courtyard House
The Courtyard
Boothferry Road
Goole
DN14 6AE
Parking and accessibility
Outreach services available across the East Riding.
Registered service and regulatory body

Big Ambitions CIC as part of Action towards Inclusion for Your Consortium. The project is fully funded by European Social Fund and Big Lottery Fund.

Contact
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Description
Keyworker Services

Mentoring
Providing a regular point of contact and support with personalised mentoring by skilled and experienced staff to support individuals to overcome barriers, progress towards goals and employability support.
  • Person Centred approach
  • Holistic support
  • Positive progression

Wellbeing, Confidence and Self Esteem development
Support to improve wellbeing, self-esteem and confidence using a range of techniques and open space to talk
  • Non-judgemental space to talk freely and be listened to
  • 1:1 support to identify barriers and personal goals
  • Wellness coaching including development of coping strategies
  • Access to personal development training courses

Training, Employability and Skills Development
Information, advice and guidance based on individual requirements.

  • Help to identify and overcome barriers to training, education and employment
  • Identifying career options meeting individual requirements and skills
  • Support with C.V. writing, job preparation and skill development
  • Address development needs through a range of intervention partners
  • Support disclosing difficult or sensitive issues to an employer
  • Advice to manage health conditions and disabilities
  • Referral on to appropriate services to continue your journey


Additional help to access the service:

  • Refund against travel expenses incurred
  • Help with childcare costs
  • Clothing for interviews / work

To prove eligibility for this service users must demonstrate proof of right to live and work in the UK (e.g. Passport, Birth Certificate, Permanent Residency Card)
National Insurance Number will be needed. Proof of being economically inactive (could be benefits letter, letter from the referrer / involved professional or self-declaration) or unemployed

Costs

Free

Opening times

Tuesdays Appointment only

Wednesdays 9am-6pm

Thursdays 9am-6pm

Fridays 10am-6pm

Age
18-25
How to access
  • You can self refer by calling
  • You can self refer with an online form or email
  • Your GP or health worker can refer you
  • You will need to have an assessment
  • See the description for how to access
Who is this for?
  • Any type of disability or learning difficulty
Family involvement
  • Siblings can participate in the activity