Employability and Learning - Parental Employability Support (PESF)
Midlothian Council Communities Lifelong Learning and Employability (CLLE)
Who they work with
PESF work with parents who are unemployed or experiencing in work poverty and must have the right to live and work in the UK.
- Lone parents
- Minority ethnic parents
- Parents with a disability or families who have a disabled child
- 3 + children parents
- Parents aged under 25
- Young children under 1 parents
- Parents who are in receipt of any Early Learning and Childcare funded hours
Intensive person-centred help to address barriers and progress parents towards employment, which might include lack of skills, work experience, qualifications, health support, money advice or motivational support ETC.
Help meeting the increasing challenge of in-work poverty by supporting parents who are employed on low income to tackle in-work poverty, address barriers and upskill to remain in the workplace and gain progression through a rewarding career.
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