Proud to receive funding from the National Lottery

We are excited to announce that we have received funding from the National Lottery Community Fund to support our Building Self-Belief programme with young people this year.

We will continue to partner with local youth organisations to deliver our Building self-belief programme.  This consists of a series of group workshops and one-to-one coaching developed around our simple colour model of behaviours. We explore the fundamentals of emotional intelligence and cover topics that build confidence and resilience in young people aged 15-25 who are at a vulnerable point in their lives, the transition from adolescent to adulthood. Our workshops are highly interactive and a combination of presentation, discussion and activities. The participants are given the opportunity to complete a questionnaire that produces their own personality profile booklet which is then used throughout the workshops to cover :

  • Self-Awareness
  • Self-Management
  • Understanding Others
  • Relationship Skills
  • Decision-Making
  • Communication

This focus on learning skills associated with emotional intelligence enables the young people to recognise their strengths, build stronger relationships as well as learning to ‘respond’ rather than ‘react’. This means they leave our workshops with increased confidence and resilience as well as skills that help them to move on to the next stage in their lives, whether that be accessing further support opportunities, education or employment.

If you have young people that you think would benefit from our programme – please get in touch


Making a difference to young lives with funding from ESFA and Community Training Grants

ESFA Funding


ESFA FundingWe are delighted to share the difference that funding from ESFA and the European Social Fund is achieving in our partnership with The Prince’s Trust. Our ‘Building Self-Belief’ courses allow us to work with young people to help them realise their worth and potential.  Through personality profiling we enable these young people to recognise their strengths and therefore raise their aspirations to achieve what they might previously have thought was impossible. This funding enables us to bring to life the personality of the participants enabling them to understand themselves and improve their relationships and emotional management.

The funding has also allowed us to expand our team and hire an administrative assistant. This allows the programme managers to focus more on course delivery, ensuring that each session is personalised for the groups we are working with. We are loving working in partnership with the Prince’s Trust TEAM programme and look forward to seeing what comes next!