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
Alan left school with 11 O-Levels and 2 A-Levels, before starting a job as an Agricultural Merchant for 3 years after leaving school.
Less than 6 months ago, Brandon Johnson had just finished college and was working a part-time job but was unsure about the next steps in his career. He knew he wanted to get into full-time employment but didn’t know where or how.
Having recently left school, Evie Gravenor, knew she wanted to pursue a future in Beauty Therapy, however gaining experience and knowing which path to take to achieve this was where she required support.
Kirstie Rowe and Lauren Prescott
Both Kirstie and Lauren, from Royal Porthcawl Golf Club, have completed their Level 4 Hospitality Management course whilst overcoming a multitude of barriers and challenges.
Victor was the first Restart participant to achieve a job outcome in Wales. After fleeing from violence in his home country, Victor moved to Swansea in search of a better life. With the help of the Restart Scheme, Victor is now working as a picker at Amazon.