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Get with it Project
This project is in Partnership with Strood Community Project. The project support year 11 students preparing for GCSEs. We offer free tuition in Maths, English and Science. Students are mentored all through the period and are given support as they prepare for the exam. CCT oversee the mentoring and offers a wide range of support for the students.
Community Coaching and Training
CCT concept was birthed in 2009 after many years experience of advising and guiding Single parents and teenage and young parents in taking hold of their future and achieving the best.CCT aims to bridge the gap in this industry by providing help and support to the end user. It is a social enterprise with the intention of being registered as a charity.
Issues relating to teenage pregnancy, young parents and single parent families have never ceased to fill our tabloids over the decade. They have become major issues for the government and as such various strategies to tackle the increasing concerns are being considered by the local authorities and government departments.
Policies are being put in place to reduce teen pregnancy, eradicate child poverty and abuse as well as other issues relating to single parenting, teenage pregnancy and young parenting. In the setting out of CCT vision and planned initiatives to follow, we hope to shed some light on the aforementioned issues and how CCT plans to assist in providing a solution in the community.
Community Coaching and Training (CCT) Ltd’s vision is to be the best and most distinguished provider of coaching and up-skilling services to teens, young and single parents in Medway, Kent and across the South East of England.
We aim to operate a training model of distinction for the South East of England that is easily transferrable throughout the rest of the United Kingdom.
CCT demonstrates stewardship in action by “empowering the disadvantaged teen, young and single parents in the community through inspiration, motivation and practicable training"
Board of Trustees
CCT Board of trustees act as the guardians of public interest who are responsible for determining the policy and setting the strategic direction within the policy and resources framework. They monitor the organisation’s performance against its agreed objectives and are the adviser to the Director, while also assisting in fundraising and ensuring compliance of every division.
Currently, the board has members ranging from various professional background including; Legal, Human Resources, Healthcare, Local counsellor, Accountant, Teenage parent, Single parent and a Business mentor.
The board’s commitment level is to meet three times a year to perform their role and also when required to hold additional meetings which can be through conference calls.
Our Team of Experts
Our signed up professionals stem from:
Our signed up professionals who cut across various fields such as are mentioned on this page are committed to share their skills to facilitate workshops and coaching in conjunction with employability training at the CCT centre and other community venues in Medway.