Our Progression service offers one-to-one support and advice to help people explore opportunities external to SCT such as volunteering, education, and employment.
Led by June, our Progression Worker, students and residents are guided through their next steps.
How it works
- One-to-one sessions: Providing tailored support to guide people through volunteering and training placements, job applications, career advice, and job coaching
- Workshops: Writing a CV, interview techniques, resilience training, workplace preparation, money management, application support
- (Coming soon) Employability Academy: 6-week courses to develop self-confidence and skills for moving onto education, training, or employment
Our social enterprises and charity shops also provide safe and accessible training grounds for people to take the next step towards paid work. Students can take training opportunities in customer service, social media, financial management, and more, all in the local area.
Our students say
“Since starting at SCT I have gone back to education, and am now in my second year at College studying to be a Plumber. I’m starting driving lessons through the Trust as well – being able to drive is integral to the field I’m in so this is going to help me achieve my goals.”