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Project CompleteThe Bus to Work service was terminated one month early at the end of February 2011 following a decline in passenger numbers after the Christmas period. Passengers took the view that an excellent service and support had been provided and that they had been given adequate time to address independent transport solutions of their own – the ideal outcome for any pilot programme! The service exceeded initial forecast outputs, providing 66 unemployed people from Bolsover district with transport to jobs they wouldn't have been able to access.

Raising Aspirations (Adults - Chesterfield College)


About the project...

The project will engage with hard to reach residents from across Bolsover aged 19+ in the delivery of a tailored and personalised employment/skills development programme lasting a maximum of 16 weeks. Individuals will be supported to identify and address perceived and actual barriers to work through the completion of the 5 Steps to Success self assessment tool and a Personal Progression Plan.  Participants will also take part in an accredited Employability and Personal Development course.

Completion of the programme will result in a minimum of 75% of participants achieving a recognised qualification and a minimum of 30% of participants making a positive progression

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