durham

In Durham, all of our training and employment support is tailored for and delivered to ex-offenders. 

Partnering with Ingeus and kindly hosted by the Alington House Community Association, we're helping people to reduce their chances of re-offending through specialist programmes embedded in the local community.

 

Here's what we're delivering currently:

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THREE13 TRAINING HUB

ALINGTON HOUSE

4 NORTH BAILEY

DURHAM

DH1 3ET

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 greenlife project 

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The Greenlife Project offers tailored, face-to-face support for ex-offenders in Durham and Teesside. Alongside specialist employment support, learners have the opportunity to develop new skills and build in confidence, as they give back to the community through a practical project. In Durham, our learners are renovating a garden for the local community.

“The new motivation [through the Greenlife Project]  is what helped me get the full time job I have now. I will be using some of the practical skills, like using an impact driver, hand saw and mitre saw to do general DIY around my new house. I’m going to keep on the straight and narrow now as well, now that I have turned my life around, and want to continue doing some voluntary work.” 

Learner Feedback (March 2022)

Referrals to the Greenlife Project can be made by Ingeus employees working with ex-offenders.

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Green Life project is part of the CFO3 programme, part-funded by the European Social Fund and delivered by Ingeus in partnership with Three13