Successes

Our participants - households

Our BBO GCtW project participants live in Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal and across the South Lakes. Many of whom of experience complex personal difficulties and barriers including social isolation, addiction, poor mental and physical health and domestic abuse. To date (September 2020), we have supported 44 participants from single parent households.
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Our participants - basis skills

Our BBO GCtW project participants live in Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal and across the South Lakes. Many of whom of experience complex personal difficulties and barriers including social isolation, addiction, poor mental and physical health and domestic abuse. Support has been provided to a range of people facing challenges including over 87 people who...
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Our BBO particpants - age range

Our BBO GCtW project participants live in Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal and across the South Lakes. Many of whom of experience complex personal difficulties and barriers including social isolation, addiction, poor mental and physical health and domestic abuse. To date (September 2020), we have worked with people from a wide range of age groups includin...
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Our BBO GCtW participants

Our BBO GCtW project participants live in Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal and across the South Lakes. Many of whom of experience complex personal difficulties and barriers including social isolation, addiction, poor mental and physical health and domestic abuse. To date (September 2020) we have worked with 191 economically inactive and/or unemployed pers...
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Our BBO GCtW Participants

Our BBO GCtW project participants live in Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal and across the South Lakes. Many of whom of experience complex personal difficulties and barriers including social isolation, addiction, poor mental and physical health and domestic abuse. To date (September 2020) we have worked with 171 men and 166 women.
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Exceeding targets

The BBO GCtW project partnership has worked hard to provide an excellent service to participants,to meet and in many cases exceed our funder targets. 
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Job Search

Our BBO GCtW participants have worked successfully to reduce and overcome barriers and complex personal difficulties to achieve their goals and aspirations. Thanks to bespoke person-centre support delivered by Key Workers participants have secured employment, placements on training courses and are more adept at searching for jobs using a range of s...
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Training and Education

Since the start of the programme, over 15% of candidates have continued into education and training!! Well done all - this will help improve curent and future prospects for all concerned. 
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Successes to date

As of September 2020, over 70 of our BBO GCtW particpants have departed the programme and gained employment! This is a fantastic achievement for all those involved - well done!! 
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An opportunity to develop

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Programme helps increases confidence

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Helping to create a different life

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The benefits of training for BBO GCtW participants

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Improved confidence

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Helping shape the future

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How BBO GCtW can work for you

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The benefits of 1:1 support

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A reason to join BBO GCtW

Another great quote form one of our BBO GCtW participants 
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Sam's success

A young man from Ulverston has described how the Building Better Opportunities Getting Cumbria to Work (BBO GCtW) project has completely changed his outlook on life and working.Sam Huck, 23, has a diagnosis of autism and also has a long-term medical condition.He described how this sometimes made him struggle with the routine demands of life and how...
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Lina Funds her Purpose

A woman from Barrow-in-Furness says the Building Better Opportunities Getting Cumbria to Work project (BBO GCtW) has helped her find a purpose and put a road map in place to achieve her career goals. Lina Harb Tyson said she had felt 'a bit lost' after moving to the United Kingdom from Lebanon and having a new baby. But BBO GCtW had offered her inv...
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