Introducing Steps to Work at Strawberry Field

The Steps to Work programme at Strawberry Field is evolving to become ‘Steps at Strawberry Field’, now offering increased inclusivity and a wider range of accessible training to more people.
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The Steps to Work programme at Strawberry Field is evolving to become ‘Steps at Strawberry Field’, now offering increased inclusivity and a wider range of accessible training to more people. Made up of four individually tailored programmes, providing employment skills, work experience, and opportunities to volunteer, the new scheme will create opportunities for people across the city.
Alongside Steps to Work, the new scheme will now include ‘Steps to Work lite’, a more condensed version of the original Steps to Work, ‘Steps to Volunteer’, for those who want to take the next step in their volunteering journey and receive a formal qualification, and ‘Recycles’, a hands on programme based at the Recycles project in Liverpool City Centre.For more information on Steps at Strawberry Field, the programmes available and how you can join, please visit our website.

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