Lives broken by dependency provided hope through employability assistance

< img width="150"height= "150 "src =""class="attachment-thumbnail size-thumbnail wp-post-image"alt=""loading="lazy" srcset= " 150w, 100w "sizes="(max-width: 150px )100vw, 150px"/ > Men whose lives have been blighted by drug or substance abuse are being used the chance to re-build their lives through a joint partnership of The Carpenters Arms and Access Training(East Midlands)Ltd. The Carpenters Arms is a Christian abstinence-based residential programme based in Leicestershire. Its Loughborough and Melton Mowbray centres provide a safe and inviting environment to citizens aged 18-65 from throughout the UK who require aid with turning their lives around, escaping homelessness and addiction to drugs or

substances, and reintegrating into their communities. The charity employed the assistance of Access Training in devising a series of

training courses to develop the employability skills of its homeowners. The training focused on the 2nd phase of a three-stage programme(the very first being Admission and the third Move On )to help citizens identify the modifications they wish to see in their lives, providing highly practical training to make that happen. Access Training has already effectively provided a three-week course to a very first cohort of The Carpenters Arms’homeowners, and will embark on a second. Phase 1 of the

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