80% of individuals economically inactive (Employment Support Allowance( ESA), Incapacity Benefit (IB) Income support (IS), or those not claiming any benefits)
20% of individuals unemployed (JSA Claimants with additional needs – Health including MH barriers, social & skills barriers, economical or financial barriers)
Aged 18 plus no upper age limit but after retirement age the individual would need to be seeking employment.[/sm_column_text][sm_custom_heading]Ineligable:[/sm_custom_heading][sm_column_text]Individuals who are working including ‘0’ hours contracts
Unemployed individuals without additional needs.[/sm_column_text][sm_custom_heading]ATI York Learning…[/sm_custom_heading][sm_column_text]…involves intensive and potentially long term one-to-one mentoring support provided by Key-workers.
Key Workers will provide initial engagement, assessment and ongoing support to participants on the programme usually at the West Offices.[/sm_column_text][sm_custom_heading]Other specific project activities will include:[/sm_custom_heading][sm_column_text]Someone to talk to
Outreach activities to engage participants
First step engagement activities and taster sessions
Holistic assessment of each individual’s needs, followed by tailored support measures, sign-posting and referrals to specialist and mainstream services
Support to enable access to services for overcoming health-related barriers
Accessible support to become work-ready[/sm_column_text][sm_custom_heading]ATI York Learning specific intervention activities include…[/sm_custom_heading][sm_column_text]English maths and ICT. These group interventions are between 2 and 5 weeks of unaccredited engagement activates (fun) to overcome barriers and move individuals closer to training, education, job-search and employment.
ICT intervention activity will also offer a weekly Online Workshop where clients can get ongoing support with basic computer skills, using online services and job searching.[/sm_column_text][sm_custom_heading]Other learning interventions provided by the wider partnership include:[/sm_custom_heading][sm_column_text]Inclusion activities to access community support and services
Digital skills, specifically to manage online accounts
Health, therapy, counselling and wellbeing activities
Vocational training, volunteering and work experience[/sm_column_text]