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  1. 1. Community-powered employment tool for young offenders
  2. 2. The problem:
  3. 3. “Unemployment is the single main factor in re-offending of young people.”
  4. 4. It is 8 times harder to get a job if you have a criminal record. Source: Chartered Institute of personnel & development.
  5. 5. The Solution: Your mates help you get a job.
  6. 6. The Process:
  7. 7. Building blocks Need Solution
  8. 8. Building blocks Need Solution Confidence
  9. 9. Building blocks Need Solution Knowledge Confidence
  10. 10. Practical Confidence Knowledge application Need Building blocks Solution
  11. 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. 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. 13. Insight into confidence...
  14. 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. 15. Where’s easier to go?
  16. 16. Where’s easier to go?
  17. 17. FLIP starts life as a Facebook App...
  18. 18. ...which gives people confidence.
  19. 19. “Jobs I will actually be good at.”
  20. 20. From online profile...
  21. 21. ...to fully-fledged CV.
  22. 22. Demo, demo, demo!!!
  23. 23. The FLIP Community
  24. 24. The FLIP support network
  25. 25. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations
  26. 26. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors
  27. 27. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  28. 28. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  29. 29. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  30. 30. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates
  31. 31. The FLIP support network Accrediting organisations Industry mentors People’s mates User journey
  32. 32. “I want to find potential employees”
  33. 33. “I want to improve my employees’ leadership skills”
  34. 34. Mentors = Knowledge “I had to clean the changing rooms for a year before I got to coach.”
  35. 35. The future of FLIP
  36. 36. FLIP could be:
  37. 37. FLIP could be: • A government scheme
  38. 38. FLIP could be: • A government scheme • A social enterprise saving recruiters money
  39. 39. FLIP could be: • A government scheme • A social enterprise saving recruiters money • A community project for a local council
  40. 40. Please can we have:
  41. 41. Please can we have: • Accreditation for a trial
  42. 42. Please can we have: • Accreditation for a trial • Links to some employers (ideally via youth employment agencies.)
  43. 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. 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. 45. Know anyone from...
  46. 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

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