New Horizons, part of the Building - Cambridgeshire Insight
New Horizons, part of the Building Better Opportunities across the GCGPLEP - The partnership - The project - The principles - Where are we delivering? - The model - How to refer
The Partnership Hubs: Cambridge, Peterborough, Kings Lynn and Wisbech Partners: Axiom Housing, Broadland Housing, Cambridge University, Centre 33, CHS Group, Cross Keys Homes, Norfolk CAB, Papworth Trust, Rural Cambs CAB The Project Running until end September 2019 Aiming to work with those furthest from the job market Up to 20 hours of one to one coaching on money, getting online and moving closer to the job market Person centred, working either in clients own home or venue convenient to them Expanding the Making Money Count website
Learning from Making Money Count Motivating and supporting change Personal, bespoke Understand fears/ experiences Build rapport trust
Deal with specific needs Delivery at key moments Facilitating not fixing Proactive, relevant Encouraging growth
Joint working Holistic Link in specialist support Bite size
Safe places to be Short practical learning Easy access Different channels Mother tongue support
Integrate family and health issues Includes home delivery Catch confidence Experience success
What works: a personal journey PERCEPTIONS JOB SEARCH cv GOALS/ FEARS CHILD
CARE Increased resilience SKILLS DEV MONEY HEALTHCHECK VOLUNTEER
WORK EXP GET ONLINE BEST DEALS DEBT TRAINING BUDGETING
MONEY ADVICE SAVING Different components .small steps Where is the project being delivered? New Horizons work coaches, working out of one of 8 organisations work to the same model: 1) Referral and triage warm signposting out of project 2) Supported enrolment accessing relevant ID
3) Self evaluation at beginning and throughout project 4) 20 hours of one to one coaching on money, on-line and work 5) Support into training or job search Eligibility and suitability - Not working, including on zero hour contracts - Able to work and live in the UK - If near retirement age or retired, must be realistically future employment - Must be NEET if under 18 - Furthest away from the job market - Financial issues main barrier to employability
looking towards Targeting people who - are struggling to make ends meet - have accessed crisis support e.g. foodbanks - have significant priority debt - live in households in which no-one works - will be affected by benefit changes or are likely to struggle when Universal Credit is introduced Referral and triage - A New Horizons Coach will speak with all referred clients to discuss if New Horizons is the most appropriate project for them.
- They may meet with the client to discuss this further and complete a Money Online Work self evaluation tool (MOW) - If the client is not suitable or does not want to work on New Horizons, they will be signposted to more appropriate provision Enrolment Coaches will help clients to source: - Evidence of right to live and work - UK birth certificate, EU passport, passport and relevant letter - Evidence that either job seeking or economically inactive - Ask for referral forms to be signed, as they can be used for this evidence. - This process can take time
One to one support with: Money: Learning from Making Money Count Including: budgeting, making savings, changing utility provider, maximising income. Further support on debt solutions available through Rural CABs as part of the project One to one support with: Getting on line: -Help to get on line and make savings from being on line.
Learning from the CHS laptop and tablet loan schemes Loan of a Chromebook or similar for up to six months Free (limited) internet access for up to three months Support to save to buy own equipment at end of loan period One to one support with: Getting on line: -Help to get on line and make savings from being on line. Learning from the CHS laptop and tablet loan schemes Loan of a Chromebook or similar for up to six months Free (limited) internet access for up to three months
Support to save to buy own equipment at end of loan period One to one support with: Work: Learning from work coaches in partnership Including: CVs, job search, volunteering There are also three other BBO projects concerned with employability, as well as the ESF funded REED in Partnership DWP project. The Website under construction!
Referring to the project Referral forms will be circulated electronically after this meeting. Forms returned to CHS at [email protected] Or refer directly to one of the partner organisations speak to the Project Manager for contact details of the closest partner for your client. Further information: contact Lynne McAulay on [email protected]
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