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GAME ON SPORTWORKS ‘Sport Works’: is an employability based programme targeted at potential participants sometimes defined as ‘hard to reach’ within society. ‘Sport Works’ re-engages learners and provides them with the skills, qualifications and experience to enter employment, enterprise activity or further learning. Sport Works is supported by the WCVA’s Active […]
Coalfield Sport Works (Clackmannanshire) A total of 11 young people (aged between 18 and 32) from across Clackmannanshire have been taking part in the 12 week sports based employability programme – Coalfields Sport Works. Coalfield Sport Works is delivered in conjunction with Wasp Community Football Club based at Indodrill Stadium, home of Alloa Athletic FC. […]
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is the lead for a consortium made up of three partners, EKOS, Community Enterprise and CRT, who have delivered the Big Lottery Our Place Programme in Newmains, North Lanarkshire. This programme is Lottery funded and the consortium have delivered capacity building across Newmains, one of the five communities identified by the […]
Since establishing its Coalfields Community Challenge programme in 2011 to address the continuing issue of poor employment prospects in former coalfields areas, The Coalfields Regeneration Trust has identified a significant element of Third Sector, community and voluntary organisations which maintain a reliance on grant funding. A lack of knowledge in key areas means that such […]
About the Challenge We know from experience that communities can take the lead in regenerating their local community with a little support. The Challenge is a bold and creative solution to tackle worklessness within former coalmining communities, it was successfully delivered in 2012/13 and 2013/14, and for 2014/15 took the form of a Dragons’ Den, […]
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is working with partners to develop a bid to the 2014-2020 European Social Fund to work to the objective of tackling poverty through sustainable employment. Initial favourable discussions have been held with WEFO and the application process has begun.
The Family Employment Initiative is a partnership project, working with families and individuals. We can provide ‘one to one’ support and help you find suitable training and employment. If there are things that prevent you from finding work you could benefit from talking to us. We offer a completely free, confidential, no obligation service. Working […]