TEN takes off with 4 staff led by Derek Rosamond and financed by the Henry Smith charity.
TEN beats it’s target by getting 10% more into jobs in the 1st year.
7 drop-in centres established throughout South Tyneside.
Launch of South Tyneside into Work Support Directory.
Working in partnership with 42 organisations.
New job search advice shop opens and 14 drop-in centres in operation.
10,000 clients supported 5,002 into employment & training.
Launch of Compact for Race Equality in South Tyneside (CREST).
25 full time staff employed.
Founder Rev. Brian Hails resigns as Chair and Chris Clarke is appointed.
TEN awarded National Careers Service contract.
Approval of Big Lottery funding application for 3 years.
TEN becomes an Official sub-contractor with Avanta.
TEN relocates to Waverley Market Dock Business Centre.
Training Division established and became an approved centre with Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance.
Awarded Big Lottery Talent Match, a 5 year programme for young adults aged 18-24 not in employment, education or training.
BaseTEN is established through funding from Virgin Money Foundation.
Awarded Local Sustainability Fund from Cabinet Office to work with two advisors to support the future development of TEN.
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