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Transforming Lives Community Vision

The Transforming Lives Community is comprised of a range of organisations from the third, public, and private sector and local authorities who all share a common and united vision of transforming the lives of people with multiple barriers through supporting them into fair sustainable work. 

The Transforming Lives Community recognises that by working together we can provide more sustainable and effective employment support programmes which improve the opportunities, life chances and wellbeing of Scottish citizens and support a more cohesive and resilient economy in Scotland. Inclusive growth and social justice are at the heart of this ambition with choice and control over the journey into work central to people accessing services.

We want to ensure a Fairer Scotland through providing employability services and support which meet the needs of unemployed people and those of employers to ensure Fair Work. Services that give all people in Scotland the opportunity to make the most of their skills and potential and services that help people both find and progress in Fair Work. Work which provides opportunity, an effective voice, security, fulfilment and respect. Promoting the principles of Fair Work in Scotland will boost productivity and create jobs, but also offer the best route out of unemployment and poverty for individuals and their families. The aim of employment support in Scotland must be where unemployed people aim for jobs in the knowledge that they will be valued, rewarded and engaged in the jobs they find.

We are currently in the process of building our directory of TLC partners, if you would like to be included, please contact louise.connolly@remploy.co.uk

TLC Member Values

  • Respect
  • Honesty
  • Feedback
  • Collaboration
  • Passion
     

TLC Objectives

  • Increase more people with multiple barriers to employment both obtaining and progressing in fair sustainable work
  • Improve the well-being and life chances of vulnerable people in Scotland
  • To realise that every customer is different, therefore so should be their journey to sustainable employment
  • Support capability and capacity of our partners within the TLC
  • Increase integration and alignment of services in Scotland and reduce duplication of services
  • Localising support for our customers and linking areas of mutual interest and benefit
  • Informing each organisation of current and future programs currently running Scotland, both Nationally and Locally
  • Sharing best practice between organisations
  • Work in partnership through co-design to create the best employability routes for our customers
  • Share good news stories from National Employers to increase local knowledge and support increased access to these employers
  • To increase knowledge and understanding on how to get involved in Scottish Government agenda’s ie Scottish Business Pledge, becoming a Living Wage Employer, becoming a Disability Confident employer

Our Partnership Portal

The aim of our partnership portal is to create a central location for all CPN partners to be able to access information and updates from all of our fellow partners enabling the cross promotion of services and to support further integration and alignment of services across Wales to enhance the journey of all of our service users.

Should you require any further information please contact our Partnership Team as shown below:

Partnership Manager (Scotland), responsible for Lot 2 Lanarkshire 
Peita Ann Paterson 

Email: Peita-ann.paterson@remploy.co.uk

Partnership Manager (Scotland), responsible for Lot 2 Lanarkshire 
Louise Connolly 

Email: louise.connolly@remploy.co.uk

Partnership Manager (Scotland), responsible for Lot 3 Tayside  
Lynn Cunningham
Email: lynn.cunningham@remploy.co.uk

Partnership Advisor  (Scotland), responsible for Lot 1 Glasgow
Nicole Cranston

Email: nicole.cranston@remploy.co.uk