Generation NE

Newcastle Futures Limited hosts the Generation NE project which supports young people towards employment with both a face to face service and a digital service.  If you are a young person aged 18 to 29, in need of support or know of a young person requiring support, see the Generation NE website and register for someone to contact you.

They will help you to

Update your CV

Complete application forms

Help you to find a job

Generation NE is part funded by the European Social Fund as part of the England 2014-2020 European Structural Investment Funds Growth Programme.

Wise Steps

Working With the Wise Group to help people into work.

We’re pleased to announce that the Wise Steps programme has secured a new round of funding, supporting more people in the North East in to work. The programme, managed by the Wise Group, received an additional £7.2m from the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund to support even more people in the North East in to employment.

Unlike other employment services,Wise Steps aims to promote a focus on customer wellbeing, ensuring every person who enters the programme is given the care and attention they need. Through assessing each individual’s needs and how they’re impacted by the barriers they face, we can work with them to remove the issues that block their entry to work. This extension allows us to help even more people do just that.

With a focus on the customer at its core, Wise Steps takes a holistic approach to helping people find their way in to work. Understanding every person who joins the programme is unique and has a different set of challenges ahead of them allows Wise Steps to gain an understanding of how they can help each person find sustained employment. Barriers can be anything from financial constraints through to a lack of training and/or experience. By assessing each individual’s needs, we’re able to make Wise Steps work for them.

If you are interested in getting involved, please give us a ring on 0191 2302970

Your Homes Newcastle

As a Social landlord in the City, Your Homes Newcastle have committed to supporting their tenants  with housing issues but also with advice and training with the hope that they will progress in their lives.

Newcastle Futures work in partnership with them to compliment their services to develop a package of support and work with tenants to move them nearer to the labour market and ultimately into work.

Welfare Reforms

We are working to support residents to overcome debt and financial stress. Newcastle Welfare Rights service are also supporting those financially effected. Follow the link for money advice from Newcastle City Council.

Talking Therapies

We know that 1 in 4 adults suffer from ill mental health and unemployment related depression can be the cause or exacerbate the condition. Many people who would benefit from accessing mental health services opt out because they feel there is a stigma attached to the label it can bring. 
Newcastle Futures have worked with Talking Helps and formally NHS trust to develop supportive material, we have produced the video “I don’t want to talk about it” and work together with the trust and MIND to understand and support our residents.

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