Increasing work skills and opportunities
We have lots of young people who are full of ideas and enthusiasm for what they want to do and how they want to do it. With these ideas, we provide a platform across our Community Projects for them to test their ideas out. We provide support to help turn the ideas into reality. In a safe environment, helped by specialist staff we assist these Extraordinary Young People to take the lead.
How we will support you on EYP
£1,000 vocational training budget
To help with providing more opportunities for your learning
40 hours of mentor support
Via group and individual sessions to help you grow your ideas
Volunteering experience within our Community Projects
variety of Projects
Take the lead in the arts, sport, cooking, film, music or come up with your own ideas!
Specialist support staff are on hand providing accessible training to help you learn in a way that works for you
A fun and supportive team
A supportive team environment where we work at your pace
As part of their Arts Award qualification Lifeworks College students explored Newton Abbot Museum
RAMM takes Gold for accessible and inclusive tourism at Devon Tourism Awards
Learning disabilities activities Tuesday 14th February (hours are 10 am - 12 pm and 2 pm - 4 pm)
Lifeworks were delighted to be one of serval local charities to be awarded with a donation from the Totnes Show
Lifeworks Students perform magical pantomime for Totnes Caring Network
Lifeworks Charity is delighted to be supported by Luscombe Maye Totnes Estate Agents in their fundraising efforts
Abby, Skye, SJ, Fiona, Mark and Karen share their passion for Lifeworks at Dartington
A Christmas visit to Endsleigh Garden Centre and the Ivybridge Brewery Co.