Guidance on Employment, Training and Support (ETE), and accreditation

Outlining the pivotal role that homelessness services can play in the provision of and engagement with employment, training, support and meaningful activities.

Who should use this guidance?

Staff and managers seeking to deliver employment, training, education and meaningful activities in homelessness services.

In brief

There is a strong association between homelessness and a lack of engagement with education, training and employment (ETE). Meaningful occupation and activities can help to rebuild self-esteem, develop skills and build social networks away from the streets.

This guidance outlines the pivotal role that homelessness services can play in the provision of and engagement with ETE and meaningful activities. The guidance covers hard and soft outcomes, pathways to employment, and options for accreditation. It includes good practice case studies and links to further resources.

Last updated

21 December 2012

Downloads: guidance on Employment, Training and Support (ETE), and accreditation

Outlining the pivotal role that homelessness services can play in the provision of and engagement with employment, training, support and meaningful activities.

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