The Highlife Centre collaborates with Caludon Castle School to sponsor a trip to Uganda for its Africa Inspires Programme
Specialist Intervention Service works with individuals and communities to identify barriers that limit their social mobility and hinders communities from developing. We work with individuals and communities to find ways to overcome these barriers through partnership referral, information, advice and events. This enables people to become confident and productive in their communities so that they can aspire and achieve to their full potential.
We provide our beneficiaries with a comprehensive self-employment support that comprises of training and one to one support to enable them to acquire skills and abilities needed to set up a viable business that could lead to financial independence and increase in your quality of life.
Our Employment support gives our
beneficiaries a head start in their career life. Through structured work experience and volunteering opportunities, they are able to gain valuable and practical work experience.
and learn skills needed for every day work environment.
The resources we provide to small community groups enable them to become effective and efficient so that they can provide a better service to their beneficiaries.
Reducing social isolation and promoting community cohesion
WHAT’S ON THIS MONTH
Enterprise Awareness -26th October, 10am to 2.30pm
Business Planning -27th October, 10am to 2.30pm
Marketing Your Business -28th October, 10am to 2.30pm
Business Money Management -10th November, 10am to 2.30pm
Legal Matters -11th November, 10am to 2.30pm
Black History Month
African and Caribbean Karaoke Night
Saturday, 29th October 2016
5pm to 10pm
Venue to be Confirmed
Young people from The Challenge raises HIV Awareness in collaboration with the Highlife Centre