Tower Projects – ‘JET Service’ …
“Thank you to Borras Construction for the donated laptops. They have helped us to study and pass our Level 1 in Food Safety and Level 1 in Health and Safety.”
Tower Project interns
It is always great to see and hear of positive outcomes within the communities in which we work and this week we received feedback from The Tower Project’s JET (Job Enterprise Training) Service… East London’s leading provider of specialist supported employment services for people with Learning Disabilities and Autism.
It was great to hear that the donation of Borras’ laptops has already assisted in facilitating ongoing employment and training programmes, and that moving forwards, The Tower Project plans to use our donated laptops and equipment to best train their learners for today’s employment environment to include:
• Enabling learners to develop their ICT skills
• Enabling learners to be able to use the internet in a more productive and safe way
• Developing an understanding of how to search for employment at home
• Improving learner’s ability to manage their finances safely
“Using the laptops has helped me to search for a local job. I now work in a local food kitchen that prepares meals for local schools”.
Tower Project client in paid employment
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are keen to reassure our employees, clients, project stakeholders and supply-chain partners, that we are taking the necessary precautions in relation to a healthy working environment across our sites and operations.
Mike Howlett – Managing Director
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