Angela decided, despite being 64 and almost retirement age, she wanted a career again, and made it her goal to get a role in retail, cleaning or catering.
We spoke to Cameron, one of our Youth Engagement Officers, to find out how he helps teens build confidence, gain new skills, and explore employment opportunities.
Before enrolling in the apprenticeship programme, Owen Williams, 33, had thirteen years of banking and finance experience. He was unsatisfied with his work and unsure of how to advance in his career. In the end, he concluded that finance wasn't his speciality and desired to try something else.
Boglárka Tunde Incze
Meet Boglárka, a World Skills UK finalist. Boglárka Tunde Incze who recently completed a Level 2 in Health and Social Care has been looking to come back and do her Level 3 here at Itec.
James joined Itec's Restart scheme last November with the dream of becoming a painter and decorator.
Before discovering the Restart Scheme, Kayleigh Davies was a full-time mother and had previously worked as a cleaner at Monmouth Comprehensive School. Her ambition was to become a special education teaching assistant but worried that her lack of qualifications would inhibit her from reaching her goal.
The 22-year-old who dropped out of college and is now helping teens to find their dream job