Employment for Ex-offenders
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Bling aims build self-confidence, self-esteem and social recognition of the unemployed and rehabilitated youths through art-and-design-related trainings and practicing. The youths will learn skill sets related to art and design and mural painting, and will work as tutors for guiding and teaching elderly as well as SEN students to complete artworks. Moreover,
Good Harvest Maintenance Services will provide persons recovered from mental illness and ex-offenders with relevant training to help them become qualified electrical technicians and craftsmen under the Qualifications Framework, thus enhancing their competitiveness in the job market and chances of integration into the society.During the training period,
Le Fournil is a caring company. Our CEO with an artisan team of pastry chefs and bakers devote time and attention in training the socially vulnerable youth in Hong Kong. To us, this is a life-changing programme and a new path for those youth in need. To have a chance at a new start as a professional in the hospitality industry.