‘It's about sharing experiences and what’s working.’Beverley - Keyworker
This week saw the first Work. Live. Leicestershire Keyworker Workshop attended by project delivery staff to share their experiences of the project. Representatives from each partner organisation were in attendance at the Atkins Building in Hinckley alongside Go Travel Solutions and Access All Areas, who will be supporting people to access and secure rural opportunities.
The workshop was chaired by Programme Lead Rachel Cheney and Keyworker Co-ordinator Shalina Janar who led open discussions about delivering and documenting support provided to 500 rurally based individuals over 18 months. As a project funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund, attendees could share their thoughts and provide direct support with key processes and procedures to one another.
The gathering also enabled organisations to share their most recent project contributions, including Workers' Educational Association learning courses and De Montfort University's evaluation strategies. Offering insights into the project as a whole to our dedicated delivery team, Keyworker Workshops will continue to run throughout the project to effectively share, build and deliver our service across rural Leicestershire.