Hardwick in Partnership Ltd would like to run practical activity sessions in small groups for young people.
The young people, who will be taking part, have been identified as being at risk of being involved in anti-social behaviour.
The object of the sessions is to encourage the young person to participate and gain practical skills. Activities will give young people a sense of achievement and pride in their work.
The programme will include mechanics conducted in a fully-outfitted garage and joinery in a fully-equipped joinery workshop.
The Partnership plans to provide 20 sessions with a qualified project worker. Sessions will include practical outcomes and encourage safe working practices, which will add to participants’ skills base.
The Partnership has asked for funding of £3,000 to run 20 sessions at a cost of £150 per session.
This project supports the PCCs priorities of tackling re-offending, working together to make Cleveland safer and securing the future of our communities.