EYM is a practical and flexible course that helps individuals think about their future goals and provides the opportunity to:
The Fife IPS project is a proven way of helping people, who have a complex mental health condition and want to work, find and sustain employment.
Aimed at people with severe and enduring mental health conditions who genuinely want to gain paid employment. Dedicated 1-1 support from an Employment Specialist enables participants to focus on applying for work in roles that they are interested in - rather than just finding any job.
Journey to Work is available to anyone with a mental health issue and comprises a range of courses with some 1-1 support to help people better self-manage their mental health and focus on gaining work. Participants don't need to take part in all of the elements of the programme, a plan will be created for each individual at the initial registration meeting, and reviewed regularly.
A range of volunteering opportunities exist with our programmes at Silverburn Park, Leven.
Whilst our long-term aim is to regenerate the whole Park and the former flax mill on site, in the lead-up to this we are seeking volunteers to assist with a growing project, general estate maintenance and organising and running events.
Visit the dedicated website for further information.
If you have a mental health problem it can often affect your memory. It may also influence your ability to think clearly, especially when it comes to performing everyday tasks. Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) is designed to improve memory and boost thinking power, which can give you back your confidence so that you can be more active. This could take the form of returning or starting work, whether it’s paid or unpaid. Or you may want to embark on further education or simply become more independent in your daily routine.
We deliver a range of bespoke mental health related training and consultancy to employers across the world. As well as Fife-based employers, we have delivered training in Dorset and Melbourne in the past year - contact us to learn more.
CRT training is available to health and employability organisations interested in embedding this into their work - get in touch to discuss your requirements.
We also provide mindfulness tasters and/or 8-week courses to organisations which has proved to be increasingly popular.
FEAT are working in partnership with the Coalfields Regeneration Trust to deliver a series of community and environmental improvements to Kincardine and the surrounding area.
Project Leader, Ross Sinclair, heads up a team of 3 Community Maintenance Assistants who are focused on sprucing up Kincardine, whilst also engaging a wide range of accredited training to support their ongoing employment prospects after this 1-year pilot.
All paid positions are now taken up, however there are some volunteering opportunities within the programme and if you're interested, visit their facebook page for further details.
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WINNER: the Centre for Social Justice Awards 2019 in the Work Category
Finalist in the 2019 Fife Business Awards in the Excellence in Creativity and Innovation Category
Finalist in Kingdom FM Local Hero Awards 2018 for Best Community Group
Recruiter Magazine UK Charity of the Year 2016 : Fife Voluntary Sector Award Winner for Partnerships 2014 & 2016;
Runner-up Herald Society Awards 2014; Runner-up GlaxoSmithKline Impact Awards 2017
Healthy Working Lives : Bronze Medal Holders
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