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  • 1. Community-powered employment tool for young offenders
  • 2. The problem:
  • 3. “Unemployment is the single main factor in re-offending of young people.”
  • 4. It is 8 times harder to get a job if you have a criminal record. Source: Chartered Institute of personnel & development.
  • 5. The Solution: Your mates help you get a job.
  • 6. The Process:
  • 7. Building blocks Need Solution
  • 8. Building blocks Need Solution Confidence
  • 9. Building blocks Need Solution Knowledge Confidence
  • 10. Practical Confidence Knowledge application Need Building blocks Solution
  • 11. Building blocks Need Solution application Getting out there - Post-interview Practical To sell re-engaging Learning mentor chat their skills opportunities Handling failure / rejection An online CV Interview practice Knowledge Interview skills NLP methods Checklists Body language Reality check / Insight from Taught confidence Social norms expectation-setting mentors Confidence Lack of belief / confidence Provide inspiration. Fear. - “I can’t get a job” Practical examples Role models. of skills. Perception of others. “They don’t have the skills we Recommendations from need” friends.
  • 12. Building blocks Need Solution application Getting out there - Post-interview Practical To sell re-engaging Learning mentor chat their skills opportunities Handling failure / rejection An online CV Interview practice Knowledge Interview skills NLP methods Checklists Body language Reality check / Insight from Taught confidence Social norms expectation-setting mentors Confidence Lack of belief / confidence Provide inspiration. Fear. - “I can’t get a job” Practical examples Role models. of skills. Perception of others. “They don’t have the skills we Recommendations from need” friends.
  • 13. Insight into confidence...
  • 14. Insight into confidence... “I don’t know what I’m good at. But I know what my friend is good at!” - Cheyanne Bell
  • 15. Where’s easier to go?
  • 16. Where’s easier to go?
  • 17. FLIP starts life as a Facebook App...
  • 18. ...which gives people confidence.
  • 19. “Jobs I will actually be good at.”
  • 20. From online profile...
  • 21. ...to fully-fledged CV.
  • 22. Demo, demo, demo!!!
  • 23. The FLIP Community
  • 24. The FLIP support network
  • 25. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations
  • 26. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors
  • 27. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  • 28. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  • 29. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  • 30. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  • 31. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates User journey
  • 32. “I want to find potential employees”
  • 33. “I want to improve my employees’ leadership skills”
  • 34. Mentors = Knowledge “I had to clean the changing rooms for a year before I got to coach.”
  • 35. The future of FLIP
  • 36. FLIP could be:
  • 37. FLIP could be: • A government scheme
  • 38. FLIP could be: • A government scheme • A social enterprise saving recruiters money
  • 39. FLIP could be: • A government scheme • A social enterprise saving recruiters money • A community project for a local council
  • 40. Please can we have:
  • 41. Please can we have: • Accreditation for a trial
  • 42. Please can we have: • Accreditation for a trial • Links to some employers (ideally via youth employment agencies.)
  • 43. Please can we have: • Accreditation for a trial • Links to some employers (ideally via youth employment agencies.) • Some cash to build the site
  • 44. Please can we have: • Accreditation for a trial • Links to some employers (ideally via youth employment agencies.) • Some cash to build the site • Someone who can write questions that identify people’s skills!
  • 45. Know anyone from...
  • 46. FLIP is a project by Common Ground social design agency (Vincenzo Di Maria, Bruno Taylor) developed at Jailbrake, Social Innovation Camp, 2010. Project lead & creative direction: Itamar Ferrer User journey: Rob Mosley Facebook app: Dave Fletcher (management) Rich Sage, Andy Kilner, Nathan Reed, Kevin Carmody, (developers) Interface wireframes: Matteo Menapace Website design: Zoltan Ray