The VIP Project has been commissioned by the Violence Reduction Network as part of The Reach Custody Project, which is funded by the Home Office. The Reach Custody Project aims to support young people aged 10-24 who are or have been in custody and have a recent history of a violent offence or carrying a weapon.
The VIP Project incorporates Leicestershire Cares Power to change model: Power within, Power with, and Power to in its delivery to ensure that nobody is left behind, and all children and young people are supported to reach their full potential.
The key objective of the VIP Project is to reduce re-offending and equip young people aged 10-24 with the skills they require to lead successful lives. In partnership with the Violence Intervention Coaches at Turning Point, this project will support young people engaged on the project, to access and achieve sustained education, training, and employment (ETE) opportunities.
As part of the project, participants will be able to:
- Attend goal setting workshops
- Employability workshops
- CV/Skills building workshops
- Mentoring sessions
- Work tours
- Build social skills
- Improve motivation and thinking habits
For more information about the VIP Project, contact the VIP Project Development Officer:
I thought the session was great and very helpful, thank you very much– VIP Participant