Routes Information and Advice for Learning and Work
Routes is a local project offering free, personal support for anyone needing some help on their journey into employment.
Taking part in Routes is all about building your confidence, getting up-to-date skills and making real progress towards better work opportunities. Visit the Routes website for tons more information.
What we offer
We offer learning opportunities and employability focused information and advice to help you get into work.
When you join Routes, you’ll have your own dedicated Routes adviser who will be available to help you every step of the way. At The Hangleton and Knoll Project, your adviser will be Claire.
Find out more about the Routes team.
The Routes journey
There are four steps to the Routes journey:
- Getting to know you – you’ll meet your Routes adviser and set realistic goals
- Creating a plan – you’ll create a plan of action to identify areas to develop
- Getting ready – you’ll complete activities and learning and have regular progress reviews with your adviser
- Getting out there – you’ll receive support around connecting you with work opportunities
What other participants have achieved
Other participants who have finished their Routes journey at The Hangleton & Knoll Project have gone on to become: chefs, dog behaviour trainers, forklift drivers, self-employed workers, accountants, baristas and childcare workers.
The Routes website is packed full of helpful resources about all aspects of getting into work.
Get in touch
So why not get in touch today to arrange a chat over a cuppa and find out what Routes can do for you? Visit the Routes website for tons more information.
Routes is a Building Better Opportunities project, funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund. It is led by Community Works and services are delivered by The Hangleton and Knoll Project, Whitehawk Inn, and The Workers’ Educational Association.