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 at your own pace

This research looks at the experience of adults moving from a process of rehabilitation into education training and employment.


Back on Track conducted in-depth interviews 30 adults who were recovering from problems such as mental illness, substance misuse, homelessness or offending. The interviews were analysed by an independent researcher, and we have drawn together implications for Back on Track and for wider policy and practice.

‘I was a bit scared – I didn’t know, it’s a long time since I’d been to school and it was nothing like school – I quite enjoyed it so I came back. It’s really laid back, and you can get on and go at your own pace and if you need help it’s always available…it’s all done at a pace to suit me.’

 

At your own pace – executive summary

At your own pace – full report