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Changing How Communities Work

- 80,000 young people living in care.
- 50,000 families living chaotic lives.
- 90% of 1.5 million people with learning disabilities jobless
- 1 in 4 people having mental health issues.
- 1 in 5 young people having criminal convictions.
- 1 million, 16 – 24year olds out of work
- 89,000 increase in long term unemployed
- 160,000 jobs lost in three months
- 2.5million unemployed people in distress
- Over 8million people economically inactive

How can we have a strong and economically vibrant Britain if we don’t change how our communities work and make people accountable for their stewardship?

- Abdul D. Mohammed
CEO KSEN

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  • Changing how communities work
    • New Innovation to Socio-Economic Regeneration
    • Presentation at TGCOC “Connect” Breakfast
    • Thursday 25 th February 2010, Kent Science Park, Swale.
    By: Abdul D. Mohammed, CEO, KSEN
    • Building confidence to tackle personality issues, economic & social exclusion.
    • Raising standards, promoting proactive partnership and the regeneration of inclusive sustainable communities.
    • By 2015 plans to be supporting hundreds of hard to reach people, improving skills & providing employment to over 600 people.
    • Helping individuals with complex needs reach their full potential, KSEN aims to reach some of the highly deserving:
    • - 80,000 young people living in care.
    • - 50,000 families living chaotic lives.
    • - Jobless 90% of 1.5 million people with learning disabilities
    • - 1 in 4 people having mental health issues.
    • - 1 in 5 young people having criminal convictions.
    Driving forward a thriving Community
  • To offer disengaged young people opportunities to learn & develop new skills & careers in a creative, fun & accessible way. KSEN Mission Statement
  • Vision ♦ To promote inclusion, improve health, reduce crime & anti social behaviour, & number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET). ♦ Build strong relationships of trust between the statutory, private and voluntary sectors.
  • Consultation KSEN conducted three levels of consultations with key service users; service providers (statutory and voluntary agencies); and the organised private sector. Project Location: Isle of Sheppey…. host to three HM prisons and a large population of social and economically inactive people
  • www.ksen.org.uk Our Projects ♦ Community Café & Job Shop ♦ Mentoring and Therapy ♦ Skills Training ♦ Direct Services ♦ Business Support Services Temp. Regional Office: Swale House, East Street, Sittingbourne, Swale Tel: 01795417443 Fax: 01795417130 Mob: 07501855914 E: ksen@swale.gov.uk [email_address] W: www.ksen.org.uk
  • Ist Year Project Outcome ♦ 21 Direct Jobs created within project. ♦ 80 Unemployed into jobs, volunteering & education. ♦ 300 people able to socialise, communicate, make informed choices, live healthy lifestyle. ♦ 80 training to obtain qualifications in Social Care, Construction, ICT, Catering & Hair Dressing, write good CVs, know interview techniques/job search. ♦ 7 New Diverse Business Start Ups. ♦ 15 Micro & Small Enterprises supported on Leadership and capacity building. ♦ 90 Micro & Small Businesses Registered with KSEN ♦ 200 young entrepreneurs registered on its ‘Youth Enterprise Academy’ (YEA)
  • KSEN Organogram KSEN Community Enterprise Integration Scheme Job Shop: Employment, Mentoring and Career Development Bureau Café/IT and Catering Services Computer/Households/ Furniture Recycling Shop/eCommerce Trading Unisex Hair & Beauty Salon ‘DYVAS’, Shoe Repairs & Car Wash Art Gallery, Film & Music Recording Studio Community Radio Station Capacity Building, Advocacy, Networking, Consultancy & Publishing Unit Community Housing Repairs - Properties & Contracts Services Basic & Accredited ICT, Social Care and Tradespersons Courses & Apprenticeship Scheme DIY Stores
  • Stakeholders Schools & Colleges Faith Institutions Voluntary Agencies & the Public Residents/ Tenants & Housing Associations Main DIY Stores Local Councils/ Government Agencies Construction & Electrical Firms Corporate Businesses Multi -Stakeholders KSEN Youth Enterprise Academy (YEA) SBC, KCC, Medway Council, TGCOC Train to Gain & BIS
  • KSEN Leading Partners KentCAN Medway Voice Swale CVS Island Partner-ship Federation of Small Businesses Kent Business School Connexions Kent & Medway Kent Youth Offending Service HM Prison Service Thames Gateway Chamber of Commerce Job Centre Plus Business Link Medway Council Swale Borough Council Kent County Council
  • Track Record
    • "Abdul has taken over three previously empty shop units adjacent to his training project in Lambeth Walk and employed his trainees to help turn them into new businesses serving the local community" Lambeth Council Leader, Cllr. Steve Reed wrote on the Council’s website in January 2007, after his official tour of ACA projects in Lambeth, London South Bank.
    • “ By funding organisations like this, Lambeth is helping communities to help themselves” - Steve concluded.
    Kate Hoey MP, actively participated along with the Chair, London Criminal Justice Board, & the LDA etc, at TSEF Launch in 2006. She was quoted as saying….. “The Spirit of TSEF Must be Kept Alive & Sustained".
  • KSEN SROI
    • Client group off benefits into employment and pay taxes.
    • Government to make huge savings from social security budgets, the NHS, tax burden cutback,
    • Allow funds deployment to other pressing public concerns.
    • Inclusive community regeneration
    • Social capital & wealth creation
    • Community cohesion sustained.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility:
    • Support to KSEN
    • Donation of Used Furniture, Carpets, Computer, Mobile Phones, Office/Household Items.
    • Corporate Volunteering (Staff Time)
    • – Management, Finance/Accounts and
    • Fund Raising/Bid writing etc.
    • Warehouse/Workshop Space.
    • Training, Work Placement & Apprenticeship.
    • Small contracts e.g. Plumbing, Electrical, Carpentry, Plastering, Gardening, Painting & Decorating, Catering, General Cleaning etc.