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Action Towards Inclusion

ATI is a service which has been running for over 6 years and has helped people overcome barriers to employment or training. Unfortunately, funding for this project has now ceased and so we are unable to continue to offer this service to the same extent.  

The service has been a massive success and has helped over 120 people in Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale. However, there is a strong possibility that new funding has been secured to run a similar service for the next year..........

Watch this space to see when the service becomes available!

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Who is ATI for?

Who is ATI for?

Adults 18+ who are:

    • Unemployed but are available for work and are actively seeking work.
    • Economically inactive and not available for or not seeking work based on individual circumstances e.g. carer, disabled, in receipt of PIP or similar benefit and/or lack of confidence/distance from the labour market.
What the service provides

What the service provides

    • An Employability Engagement Advisor will work with other partner agencies to offer a tailored support plan.
    • Flexible, sensitive, non-judgmental support.
    • The opportunity to attend a variety of groups and training sessions aimed at raising self-esteem and self-confidence.
    • Support with job searching and finding volunteering opportunities in the local community.
    • Help to make positive next steps.
    • Support to access volunteering, training, and employment opportunities.
What People Say About Our Service

What People Say About Our Service

"The ATI Key Worker helped me to increase my motivation to learn to drive, and therefore be able to access a course at University. This has put me in a much better place mentally and will enable me to pursue my dream career."

"The ATI project helped me to follow my goals constructively; knowing my Key Worker believed in me and that she was there to support me made a huge difference to me. It was great to not feel like I am on my own."

European Union
Community Fund