Reboot UK

Reboot UK is a digital skills programme for multiply excluded individuals. The programme is focused on people who are at a disadvantage in society and in particular, who are affected by homelessness and mental ill health. 

Reboot UK is run by a partner consortium of Good Things Foundation, Homeless Link and Mind, and is funded by The Big Lottery Fund.

The Reboot UK delivery model embeds in-depth, personalised digital skills provision within specialist organisations that already offer a range of support services for people in crisis. Phase 2 is designed with findings from Phase 1 in mind. For this reason, we are promoting the use of peer mentors in delivery, and the use of progression interviews with clients. 

Individuals will be supported to realise a range of positive outcomes, including:

Resources

These resources were created at the end of Phase 1 delivery to help other organisations support individuals following best practice models.

Supporting homeless individuals Introduction to Digital Photography and Photoshop Music Workshop Lesson 1 Work and Learning Individual Learning Plan CV Preparation Delivering digital inclusion in homelessness services Delivering Reboot UK – experience from Evolve Housing + Support Peer mentoring: a practical guide from Cathedral Archer Project (CAP) Session plan 1: Using email Case studies

Supporting individuals with a mental health need
Mental Health Outreach
Peer Support

Training Webinar Documentation (Wave 2)
Webinar Recording 31st July 2018 
Webinar Slides
Reboot CaptureIT Screencast
Reboot - Management Information Screencast - coming soon

Project Documents and other useful links
Case Study Guidance 
Case Study Consent Form 
How We Change The World 
Reboot UK Evaluation Report 

Communications
Online Centres Facebook Group
Hashtag for project: #RebootUK
Good Things Team (Twitter): @hollyisonline | @Qwinni | @Robshapiro3

Useful links

Homeless Link ‘Working Together Toolkit’ - Developing links with Jobcentre Plus 
Homeless Link resources for those working with homeless people