Gateway Project Mental Health Gwynedd & Anglesey
This mental health project aims to engage with unemployed individuals who require additional support to enter the labour market because of a mental health problem. The project is funded by WCVA (Wales council for voluntary action) as part of the Engagement Gateway programme. The project is designed to address the needs of the individual in terms of confidence, self-esteem, motivation and career development.
Clients will enrol on a 20 week programme that is designed specifically to improve the skills, confidence and capabilities required for employment and will help each individual to progress towards becoming economically active.
The programme focus is on training and work placement
The training programme- focuses on each individual’s needs giving the chance to gain a nationally recognised employability qualification. This qualification provides initial support by:-
Individuals will work towards developing the skills and knowledge that will help them move on to employment
Work experience/ work placement: A vocational assessment is carried out to identify the most appropriate job roles before a suitable work placement is set up. As part of the project we will offer up to 3 days a week work experience and will provide workplace support to ensure the placement is as successful as it can be.
The project aims to progress each individual either into paid supported employment, volunteering, further training or into a recognised mainstream activity.
If you want the support to be able to return to work, we offer you personalised assistance to do so.