This programme will help people who are not in work move into a job ‘with a purpose’.
These are ‘impact jobs’ –
jobs that make a real difference to people and communities.
They are rewarding but also properly paid with exciting career prospects.
Wide Horizons is a flexible programme that challenges you to think
differently about yourself. You will build confidence in working with others,
visit different social enterprises and be supported by an experienced mentor.
Above all, you will meet new people, make new friends and enjoy
finding out about different sorts of jobs and workplaces.
During this programme, you will:
your dreams and what you are passionate about
your own strengths and skills
Visit local social enterprises (ethical businesses that exist to create positive social and/or environmental change)
out how to get into jobs that create fairer communities
to help you find a rewarding new job
in team-building activities and gain an
internationally recognised teamwork qualification for your CV
Who is it for?
Applicants must be aged 16+, not in work and based in Moray.
Dates: Starting August 2022, exact dates tbc
Horizons – working in a team to make a difference
interesting social enterprises in Moray
Mentoring support from a social
calls to help you into an ‘impact
job’ that’s right for you
Cost: Fully funded by Moray Pathways
day Wide Horizons programme. You will be also be invited to visit social enterprise workplaces and have access to support from an experienced mentor.
Accreditation: You can achieve a qualification in ‘Team Working Skills’. No previous
qualifications are needed.
The inputs, support, connections and learning gained has been instrumental to my success to date." Previous Learner
The Academy is as valuable for its bringing people together as it is for the programmes it delivers." Previous Learner
I am much more knowledgeable and have a much greater understanding of where I have meant to be going" Previous Learner
Mark Hutchison | MarkHutchsion@socialenterprise.academy
This programme is delivered by the Social Enterprise Academy in partnership with Moray Pathways. It is fully funded by Moray Pathways and the European Social Fund.