Presentation on theme: "‘Inspiring Young Lives’ Programmes Brief Lee Potter H4H Partnership Manager."— Presentation transcript:
‘Inspiring Young Lives’ Programmes Brief Lee Potter H4H Partnership Manager
Scope Help for Heroes Partnership Trust Programmes Benefits Contact
Help for Heroes Partnership Set up in 2010 for 2 year pilot Majority funded by Help for Heroes Opportunities to place WIS on TEAM programme in ATL/TL role Tri-Service focus, all ranks and ages Mutual benefit to WIS/Young person Part of GRoW/IRP Recovery pathway Serving WIS and Veterans from 2001
Help for Heroes Partnership New strategy 2012 – –£186,000 to Extend Partnership to 2015 –Expand Opportunities beyond TEAM –Expand target group to: Those not yet transferred into Recovery System Those already in the Recovery System Veterans from 2001 –Individually tailored training ready for employing
Help for Heroes Partnership New strategy 2012 (cont)– –Tailor the experience to fit with IRP/GRoW –Maintain the relationship beyond ‘Transition’ and discharge – Alumni scheme –Multiple opportunities as a direct result of the programs (Joint Venture)
Benefits to participant: Softer Skills Increased confidence Increased self-esteem Supportive working environment outside of the military Satisfaction from helping others Develop strategies to manage difficult situations
Benefits to participant: Softer Skills Opportunities to explore vocational avenues Attitudinal Change Techniques/Interventions Enrole on The Princes Trust’s other programmes Performance PotentialPsychology = -
Benefits: Current Qualifications Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM): –ILM Level 2 in ‘Team Leading’ (£230) –ILM Level 3 in ‘First Line Management’ (£250) Placement Funding: –Still Serving-Free –Veteran-H4H funded CV/Prince’s Trust recognition
Benefits: Current Qualifications Some Delivery Partners fund Team Leader training and Numeracy, Literacy Level 1&2 Bespoke training courses towards meaningful & gainful employment supported and funded.
Opportunities for WIS personnel Full Time: Assistant Team Leader (ATL) –Location – UK wide –Duration 12-18 weeks –Notice to placement – 1 week – 6 months –CRB Enhanced Disclosure check Team Leader (TL) –Duration 16 weeks –ATL role a pre-requisite
Opportunities for WIS personnel Part Time: Employed Participant as a Team Member (EP) –Location – UK wide –Duration 1 day; 1 week; 4 weeks; 12 weeks –Tailored Package case by case –Early stages of recovery Pilot –CRB Enhanced Disclosure check in some cases
Opportunities for Veterans: ……when discharged and unemployed: Up to £5k for 3 months as an ATL on the Team Programme. ……if under 25yrs and unemployed: Other Trust programmes: – Progression Mentor (2 day Cse; min time commitment) – Get Into (2-6 weeks for specific sector; construction….) – Development Awards (<£500 grant) – Enterprise (business start-up and mentoring) up to 31yrs
Case Study Pte Owen Pick, 1 R Anglian ATL role on TEAM (Jan 12) IED injury – Lower leg amputee. “Doing this course has made me realise that yes I may have lost my leg but I have not really had it that bad compared to what some of the guys on the course had had to go through while growing up” ”Go for it! You will not regret it”.
Case Study Ethan Grant, Ex-Navy. ATL role on TEAM (Dec 11) Medical discharge - back. “The Prince’s Trust has helped me to make very important decisions as to what I really want to do with my career” “The greatest reward was to see the change in each of [the Team members] them”.
Case Study Cpl Stevie McCue RTR. 20 day role with TEAM Viking IED injury. “Really enjoyable”.....“gave me the chance to feel as if I was achieving something”.....“I have learnt patience, that I didn‘t really have before”......”It gives you a lot of self-confidence back”.....”I would love to go on and do the full time role”.
Case Study LCpl Scott Galey REME. ATL role with TEAM IED Injury – fractured spine; unable to walk. “it has not just given me a confidence boost; it has given me a real purpose over the last few months”... “It has shown me that there is more out there if I can’t return to the Army”
Support Information Help for Heroes Partnership Manager Lee Potter Telephone: 0207 543 1298 Mobile: 07940 725500 firstname.lastname@example.org www.princes-trust.org.uk/heroes DIN(2012DIN01-009) All PRCs/PRUs and PROs