Our History 2014
The sheltered workshops were started in 2014 as a pilot project for Maria Magdalena Special School. They serve as a transition programme for those who cannot secure a place immediately after completion of vocational training in the special school. The workshops have since then worked towards achieving their mission and they have proven to be possible and successful with some more efforts.
The workshops offer alternative living learning and working option for persons with disabilities. They give an inclusive environment to them, life assistance, training, and empowerment programmes, social development and outreach efforts.
The trainees in the workshops have three transition options which include; long term participation in the sheltered workshops, transition to the open labour market or employment in the sheltered workshops.
What Next For Learners
The workshops are an answer to the big question “what Next” for learners graduating from Maria Magdalena Special School after vocational training and other persons with disabilities from special schools and special units. The workshops work towards inclusion of persons with disabilities.
Our Vision and Mission
Our vision is to be model sheltered workshops for persons with disabilities.
Our mission is to create an inclusive environment where persons with disabilities can get advanced vocational training towards self reliance, sheltered employment and holistic life assistance in regard to their special needs.
- Caring and compassion
- Safety and health
- Ethical behavior
- Personal achievement
- Quality of life
- Culture of strengths and abilities
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