We have a range of bespoke corporate programs (CSR programs) where our special needs apprentices work alongside corporate participants/employees to co-create craft work under the care and guidance of our facilitators. The objective of this program is designed to create awareness for people with special needs and a fun filled opportunity to work with differently abled people.
Off Premise Training
We work with SPED (Special Education) schools and Adult Day Activity Centers to conduct on-site training for special needs students. Our objective is to engage these special needs individuals in meaningful craft work, hone fine motor skills and build self confidence. It is our hope that through these engagements, we are able to uncover a few raw talents for further training with us. It is our intention to use our training and retail platforms to help these special talents start their journey of dignified self reliance.
On Premise Training
Our trainers and facilitators conduct workshops at the shop premises for special needs apprentices. Our objective is to engage these special needs individuals in meaningful craft work, hone fine motor skills and build self confidence. Students enrolled for our on-premise training are exposed to a wide range of training including but not limited to floristry, sewing, patchwork, decoupage and others. These trainings are generally more intensive and requires consistent follow through by caregivers. We aim to train these special needs individuals on various crafts so that in due time they may become specialists of their crafts.
Once a week (2 - 3 hours each session)