Social Recovery – course application

The COVID-19 crisis has turned a spotlight on existing health, social and economic inequities in Jersey. We have an opportunity to rethink, reorientate and reshape our society so everyone, regardless of their circumstances, can reach their full potential.

Economic wellbeing programmes will be designed to enhance basic English and maths to promote positive outcomes in terms of educational achievement and employability. Provision will also support the Government’s EAL Language Policy by offering learning opportunities to parents who continue to be limited by a lack of provision.

Throughout this intervention we will also increase family social interaction by delivering base level educational support across the programme.

Phase one courses are to be delivered in March through to July 2022. Phase two courses are to be delivered from September through to December 2022

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Do you agree to a monitoring interview
As a condition of the funding you must agree to an interview at the end of the programme and 3 months after completion.
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If you have any criminal convictions, please select Yes; otherwise select No. Selecting Yes will NOT automatically exclude you from the application process but will be considered when assessing your suitability for your chosen course(s). Please be aware that, for a course in health, social work, sport, childcare or involving work with vulnerable adults, you must tell us about ANY criminal conviction(s), including spent sentences, cautions and behaviours subject to disciplinary processes. Refer to the notes for a full explanation.
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