A boost for the unemployed is on the horizon
Our New Horizons project will help hundreds of people into work, training and education
We’re delighted to announce The Brain Charity has launched a £380,000 three-year employment project, after successfully bidding for European Social Fund cash.
New Horizons is an innovative project offering support to those living in the Liverpool City Region experiencing specific and multiple barriers to accessing job search, training and education opportunities. In the case of our clients, this is likely to be because they have neurological conditions.
New Horizons aims to help people improve their confidence and self-esteem, help them understand the job market, give them more awareness of the ways back into employment and offer training tailored to them to help them develop their skills.
As with our Directions Project, New Horizons will be run as part of a consortium of different charities from the Liverpool City Region, overseen by The Women’s Organisation. Together, both projects are expected to help hundreds of people across Merseyside back into work, education or training.
The Brain Charity will be launching New Horizons as part of a boosted employment service over the coming months.