The PROSPER project offers a unique programme of personal development and employability skills for women.
The PROSPER project participants can avail of English for Work and Maths for Work, if they wish, in addition to the PROSPER programmes of work related competencies
The PROSPER project aims to engage with people who are “furthest from the labour market” – “hardest to reach” – and “most in need”
The PROSPER project will add value by providing employability skills to enhance future job prospects for the participants.
The PROSPER project will work directly with the unemployed and economically inactive.
The PROSPER project will actively promote women’s equality by addressing issues including: access to childcare, access to lifelong learning, access to employment, the gender pay gap and work / life balance.