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    Back on track Back on track Presentation Transcript

    • Back on Track (BoT) Mikael Söderström Jenny Persson
    • The Presentation
      • 1. What is BoT?
      • 2. How Do We Do That?
      • 3. Recurring Features in BoT
      • 4. Culture and History
      • 5. Difficulties and Rewards
      • 6. Results
      • 7. Questions
    • 1. What is BoT?
      • BoT is part of an effort to work proactively to support and encourage young people outside the labor market to further studies, employment or other meaningful occupation.
    • 2. How Do We Do That?
      • Improve Social Skills
    • Individual
      • Strengthening Self-image
      • Strengthening Self conscience
    • Three Step Action Plan
      • Introduction
      • Follow-Up
      • Closure
    • ” Talks”
      • We have these ”talks” when we feel that the individual is ready to take the next step.
      • That the individual has gone through a personal development after his/hers time on BoT and does not fall back into old habits.
    • 3. Recurring Features in BoT
    • 4. Culture and History
    • 5. Difficulties and Rewards
      • Difficulties
        • Making the participants take their own initiatives
        • Motivating ourselves
      • Rewards
        • Seeing them enjoying BoT and that our work actually makes a difference!!
    • 6. Results
      • 21 Participants in the ages 18-24
        • 57 % Women
        • 43 % Men
      • Almost 71 % of our ex-participants (17) show positive results.
    • 7. Questions
      • Thank You!