Moving On Project

Jul 4, 2021 | Referrals

Ladies – Don’t let the past define your future!

Employment 4 ALL’s Women’s Moving On Project supports and benefits female job seekers who have experience of the criminal justice system, prison or probation to gain employment. We will believe in you and prepare you for employment. We partner with a large number of employers who, like us, want to give you a chance to prove yourself. We adopt a holistic approach to address individual needs.

We will help with soft skills development which will help to begin to address the issues many women face.

We believe in improving lives and together will try to combat the social exclusion that many women with a criminal record experience face trying to gain employment.

HOW THE MOVING ON PROJECT WILL HELP

Every woman is unique so our work is tailored to meet your individual needs and to help you to move into work through training, personal development and guidance and supported job search.

We offer a wide variety of support, including:

  • Free Training
  • Careers Advice
  • CV and Interview Workshops
  • Job Search Advice
  • CV and Interview Workshops
  • Personalised 1-2-1 support
  • Work Experience
  • Job Fairs and Recruitment Events
  • Support to find and keep a job

ELIGIBILITY FOR THE MOVING ON PROJECT

  • Aged 16 years and older
  • Have the right to live and work in the UK
  • Be Unemployed or Economically Inactive
  • Live in Thames Valley/Berkshire
  • Have lived experience of the Criminal Justice System – prison, probation, Senior Assessment Centres, Approved accommodation

REFERRALS

We also take referrals from individuals including a range of service providers, including other Charities, Local Authority, prisons, probation officers, Police, Social Workers, Housing Associations, Job Centres, and primary care providers.

Women’s Moving On Project Pre Enrolment Referral Form

Please ensure all data is provided to complete the form. Once submitted we aim to contact within 48 hours.

6. Are they currently unemployed ?

7. Do they live in Thames Valley/Berkshire?

8. Do they have experience of the Criminal Justice System eg Prison/Probation/Senior Assessment Centre ?

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