The Snack Box Project supports individuals to develop essential work experience and work related skills with paid or volunteer employment opportunities.
This project involves delivering snack trays to businesses, liaising with customers, dealing with money and banking, daily bookkeeping, stock controlling, labelling, inventory recording and preparing snack boxes according to customer orders.
The allotments offer individuals opportunities to learn more about horticulture, increasing employability skills to those seeking a career in gardening and other outdoor employment opportunities.
Programmes are tailored in a way that suits all our individuals and are not dependent on any prior level of experiences or knowledge in horticulture. Individuals are taught practical skills that help improve prospects of employability.
Preparing for adulthood can be daunting. Whether you feel ready for independent living or want to develop your independent living skills. This environment provides an opportunity to develop your daily living skills with the support and supervision of trained support workers.
Within this programme students will be provided with an opportunity to gain a range of life skills in personal hygiene, nutrition, maintaining a habitable home environment, cooking, money management etc.