CLI removing barriers to employment, education and training CLI are delighted to announce we are working alongside Achieve North-West Connect to help young offenders in to employment, training, education or to get on the right volunteer scheme.
CLI will be helping to remove some of the practical barriers people young offenders face to education and employment. Our role is to assess people aged 16-18 who are looking to find employment, education or training to see what support they need and to work alongside Case managers develop person-centered action plans. CLI offer one to one motivational work to raise aspirations, resolve practical issues and access community resources.
CLI board member dr. Ruth Armstrong said “CLI’s approach is well grounded in research. They offer an effective way of getting people to take responsibility, finding out what barriers there are and helping people to overcome these obstacles. CLI’s work is vital to making this scheme effective.