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Information for our Partners

Interested in partnering with TCWF?

If you have a group of 16-25-year-old young people who could benefit from building self-belief then we’d love to hear from you. 

The Colour Works Foundation works in partnership with youth organisations, colleges and young offenders to offer courses to those at risk of becoming NEET, those whose mental health is affecting them from being the best they can be and the most vulnerable in society.

Young People’s Feedback

100% of participants stated that the course was relevant to their day to day life

‘The course was very easy to understand’ – AIM Community participant

Goals of the course

The Colour Works Foundation programme has 3 main goals for the young people who complete the course.

Each young person will leave with:

  • Tangible self-assessed improvements in confidence, emotional self-management, presentation skills, interpersonal skills and employability
  • New tools to gain and maintain employment and develop constructive relationships with colleagues
  • A personal development plan to focus on a future of hope and opportunity.

Meet with Us

We will come and meet with you to share more details of the course and how we can work collaboratively for the benefit of the young people you work with.

As the work of TCWF expands we will offer training and employment opportunities to suitable graduates of our course to deliver the programme themselves.

Read the Course Content

You can download the course content here:

Thank you to the organisations we have partnered with so far:

Dorset and Wilts Fire & Rescue logo
AIM Community logo
Face Forward is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the National Lottery Community Fund.

Outcomes for the individual

By the end of the programme participants will:

  • Value themselves and others more
  • Have increased their ability to present themselves successfully to others and manage their relationships better
  • Be able to make more considered and robust decisions
  • Have a vision and a plan
  • Be provided with signposting to ongoing support network (mentoring / coaching)
  • Have increased their employability skills