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Promotes Community Safety
Credible Community Sentence
Gender Specific Facility
Enabling Environment
Effective Rehabilitation

Achieve North West

Adelaide House works in partnership with Merseyside Probation Trust to deliver a specialised Women's Education, Training & Employment project on site at Adelaide House as part of the Achieve North West programme.


Adelaide residents are successfully achieving qualifications in Employability, Community Volunteering and gaining  first hand volunteering experience across a wide range of areas including Retail, Furniture restoration, Warehouse work and Administration, Cleaning and Domestic services and Conservation work with the National Trust. In the past two years residents have gained permanent employment with a local domestic contractor due to an in house scheme organised by Adelaide House management, others have been successful in gaining employment with M&S and fork lift truck driving at a local superstore warehouse.



                                        Updated 31 August 2014     


    Adelaide House Achieve North West Women Only ETE Programme


  • 124 starters on Round 2 of the project since January 2012

  • 17 of who have gained paid employment.

  • 87 of who have gained Volunteering Experience.

  • All starters have attended 1-2-1 mentoring sessions.

  • 38 have obtained a form of Identification.

  • A total of 1211 soft outcomes and 360 hard outcomes have been delivered since January 2012

  • ASDAN, Award Scheme Development & Accreditation Network - 59 residents since September 2011 have gained the Employability qualification

  • 6 have also gained Community Volunteering Qualification.

  • Working in partnership with RETAIL ACADEMY - 16 residents registered with Retail academy and 11 have completed, gaining qualifications in;

  • Numeracy, Literacy

  • Food Hygiene

  • Health, Safety and Security,

  • Retail - which includes: customer service, effectiveness of retail business,

  • Understanding the business of retail, Control handling and replenishment of stock, Customer payments and Retail selling process.

  • Working in Partnership with Business in the Community (BIC)

  • 54 residents registered and completed Ready for Work programme

  • 22 undertook a voluntary work placement

  • 5 gained employment as a direct result.




  • Restorative Justice
  • Place of Safety
  • Effective Supervision
  • Structure & Support
  • Care & Guidance
  • Access to Health Services
  • Partnership Working
  • Education Training
  • Employment Programme
  • Group Work
  • Individual key Working
  • Counselling Services
  • Detoxification
  • Harm Reduction
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Range of Activities
  • Healthy Life Style
  • Mentoring Project
  • Community Pay Back
  • Spiritual Care
  • Move on Accommodation