As an organisation, we take great pride in the positive outcomes of our service-users, and the ways in which we have helped improve the quality and stability of their lives. We have seen our service-users regain their confidence and become increasingly independent, eager to make progressively more substantial decisions concerning their wellbeing.
- To promote the principles of informal education through our support network and encouraging our service-users to make increasingly substantial decisions regarding their own lives.
- To integrate our service-users back into society, thereby strengthening local communities whilst making positive contributions to their own lives, regardless of their socio-economic background
- To develop a professional and conscientious workforce of youth and community workers.
Even after they have chosen to move out of our accommodation, Informal Learning continues to maintain a close working relationship with our ex-service-users, and our open-door policy means we are able to offer our information, advice and guidance, ensuring they receive any immediate support they might need.