What We Do
Co-Founder Naseem Khan piloted the project herself and successfully trained 3 housewives to learn new skills and are now working as sous chefs in one of Milton Keynes best restaurants Namji.
Naseem Khan acknowledges that a lot of work needs to be done and a wider community needs to be reached to make this project successful.
Everyone should learn to Sew
Growing up my mother stressed the importance of stitching and made sure I got basic skills. Sewing can not only make you independent but create a source of income. I believe there are so many reasons people come to a screeching halt when it comes to sewing.
Things like winding a bobbin or threading a machine are just too much for them to master. Well, the rewards of learning to sew outweigh the unfounded fears that cause people to shy away.
I promise you, if you commit to learning the skill of sewing you will find people who are more than willing to share their knowledge.
Some of the benefits below will force you rethink the importance of learning how to Sew. It will give you Sense of Accomplishment; you will save money, good for the environment and you can redecorate you home as per your choice and within your budget.
By offering training and advice such as First Aid, Food Hygiene, Basic Maths and English skills, CV,s writing and Interview skills, an important part of the work of the woman like me.
Maths & English
There is an alarming gap for numeracy and literacy skills required for jobs applications. Whether you are a beginner who wants to improve your skills we will work with you and draw up a learning plan to meet the individual needs.