Work Readiness Action Programme
Goodwill Solutions CIC is partnered with seven Northamptonshire based organisations to deliver the Work Readiness Action Programme (WRAP), a £1.4 million Building Better Opportunities (BBO) project, engaging, supporting and helping people into employment. WRAP looks at the challenges people face, provides access to pre-employment programmes and reduces barriers to work through skills development and vocational training that help people gain the skills they need to find and keep a job.
This project is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery Community Fund, and commenced in August 2016. Through this project Goodwill Solutions CIC and their partners aim to support people in the county on their journey towards employment. The project ends in 2022.
Support into sustainable employment
Our Learning Academy can help.
If you, or someone you know, need support to prepare for work, want to develop work-related skills, are looking for vocational training, need help in making applications, or just want to understand the best way to go about securing sustainable employment, get in touch today.
Our Partner Network and Their Service Offering
Support for those looking for work who need skills or support to get a job. We support you if you are unemployed of any age and looking for work, a forces leaver, care or childcare responsibilities ex-offender or you have minor health issues. We offer support with gaining skills and entry level qualifications in the logistics, security, rail maintenance and construction sectors, support to increase self-confidence, and numerous work focused and skills development programmes designed to help you become work ready and gain employment.
We have a track record of delivering Youth and community work across the Kettering and Corby areas, early intervention and prevention programmes for children, young people and their families to help them maintain quality of life, prevent problems getting worse and reduce the demand for specialist support service, an alternative learning provision to KS3/KS4 students to further enhance achievement potential, and information, support and counselling to promote emotional well-being.
Careers Information, Advice and Guidance Service, Onsite Apprenticeship Training Courses with Online Learning Materials, Training Courses, Online Courses
Service Six provide a wide variety of services for children, young people, adults, families & communities. Contracts and grant funding enables us to provide some free access to our services.
We work to relieve poverty and tackle the causes of homelessness in Northampton by giving people a hand up not a hand out.
Recognising that if you continually provide hand-outs there is no incentive to become self-sufficient, our work is focused on helping others to help themselves, providing support and services that will enable individuals to take back control of their own lives.
We are a local Citizens Advice Charity serving the communities of Northamptonshire, offering free, impartial and confidential advice in a range of areas; including debt, welfare benefits, housing, employment, consumer and family and personal. Our service is open to all residents.
“Our commitment is to use our expertise to empower, involve and develop the potential
of vulnerable children and young people through advocacy, social education and
Our organisation supports young people leaving care aged 16 – 24.
Our work supports young people to develop holistically as well as empower them through the
transition into adult life.
As a professional Consultancy and Training Organisation, we believe in maintaining a positive mindset, creating partnerships with a purpose, and always striving for significant outcomes. So whether you are seeking to get back to work, seeking qualifications or if you are a school in need of careers services for your students contact us today for an initial consultation, and find out more about how we can tailor our services to your needs.