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The Build-It Programe - Corporate Engagement Awards 2015 winner

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The Build-It Programe - Corporate Engagement Awards 2015 winner

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Launched in April 2013, the Build-It programme was co-created by London Youth and social innovation agency Cospa.

Benefitting 1,500 young people in south London over an initial two-year period, the Build-it programme gives young people the chance to learn trade and building skills and access employment opportunities by working on the regeneration of social housing and empty homes within their local communities.

Build-It is supported by two key corporate partners, building contractors Keepmoat and Mears, along with other cross-sector organisations. The programme ensured each of the partner’s met their own individual objectives. Ranging from improved housing stock for Lambeth council to improving the skills of work ready young people in apprenticeships and the career development of young people. Each objective was useful for the local community and taught key skills to disadvantaged young people.

Tim Reading, director of Cospa and one of its partners will join us to tell their compelling story about bringing together the local community and corporate partners to get young people learning how to build and use their skills to regenerate social housing.

Launched in April 2013, the Build-It programme was co-created by London Youth and social innovation agency Cospa.

Benefitting 1,500 young people in south London over an initial two-year period, the Build-it programme gives young people the chance to learn trade and building skills and access employment opportunities by working on the regeneration of social housing and empty homes within their local communities.

Build-It is supported by two key corporate partners, building contractors Keepmoat and Mears, along with other cross-sector organisations. The programme ensured each of the partner’s met their own individual objectives. Ranging from improved housing stock for Lambeth council to improving the skills of work ready young people in apprenticeships and the career development of young people. Each objective was useful for the local community and taught key skills to disadvantaged young people.

Tim Reading, director of Cospa and one of its partners will join us to tell their compelling story about bringing together the local community and corporate partners to get young people learning how to build and use their skills to regenerate social housing.

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The Build-It Programe - Corporate Engagement Awards 2015 winner

  1. 1. YOUNG PEOPLE DEVELOPING THEIR SKILLS AND EMPLOYABILITY BY RENEWING AND RESTORING EMPTY HOMES AND SOCIAL HOUSING
  2. 2. TIM READING, DIRECTOR, COSPA: DEVELOPING AND MANAGING THE CROSS-SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS BEHIND THE PROJECT
  3. 3. In collaboration with …
  4. 4. Triple win: • Young people learning skills and getting jobs • Communities brought together to become more strongly involved in local regeneration, volunteering and social action • Social housing stock in disadvantaged communities improved and returned to use
  5. 5. Over two years (2013-15): • 690 young people (aged 16- 25, NEET) participating and achieving City & Guilds qualification • 31% progressing to employment and 25% to further training and education opportunities • Social housing renovated and improved at 40 sites across Lambeth
  6. 6. Keepmoat & Mears Housing associations Lambeth Council Lambeth College London Youth Staff, materials, apprenticeships Non-decent housing stock Empty/derelict homes Tutors/assessors, training pathways Hard-to-reach young people
  7. 7. Keepmoat & Mears Lambeth Council Lambeth College London Youth Work ready young people Residents engaged & benefitting Empty homes returned to use Hard-to-reach young people Training/employment opportunities Housing associations
  8. 8. Aim was to create a proven delivery model that could be shared and rolled out in collaboration with cross-sector sector partners in other regions across the UK
  9. 9. TIM READING Director, Cospa T: 07725 335907 E: tim@teamcospa.com CONTACT:

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