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Access Progress is an employability service for unemployed parents and those with parental responsibilities living in Edinburgh.
Access Data is a new exciting project for low-income and unemployed parents, or those with parental responsibilities, in Edinburgh.
Our Dundee service works with individuals with a previous offending or substance misuse history as a delivery partner of the All in Dundee Employability Pathway. Staff in Dundee work in close partnership with a range of statutory and third sector organisations to provide a needs-based service which supports people gain the skills and confidence they need to progress into training, education or employment.
The Passport Addiewell project supports offenders in HMP Addiewell, helping them get the confidence and skills they need to make a successful transition back into the community. The project is delivered in partnership with prison staff and other third sector service bodies.
Shine is a national mentoring service for women offenders. It is delivered in prison prior to release or in the community if a person is serving a Community Payback Order (CPO).
Encompass is an education, training and employability service for people in Edinburgh living with complex needs. It helps people furthest removed from the labour market to build their skills, gain access to opportunities and, where appropriate, move into employment.
This service supports adults of working age living within Midlothian and East Lothian who are in recovery from substance misuse and looking to progress into education, training and employment. It is delivered in partnership with Edinburgh College, which supplies tutors.
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