Education and Employability

WISH ( Well Being Integrated Support Hub)

The WISH (Well Being and Integrated Support Hub) Department,  started in 2013 when Threshold DAS (formally known as Llanelli Women’s Aid Ltd) were successful in achieving European Structural Funding (ESF) in partnership with Welsh Government, and financially managed by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA). ESF aims to reduce economic activity in the convergence areas of Wales. The outcomes were to support participants into either volunteering, further learning, employment or supported employment opportunities and enabled us to work in partnership with local organisations in Carmarthenshire.

The project aimed to support women and men to overcome barriers, which were preventing them from moving forward such as, low self-esteem, confidence and self-belief. We worked on a one-to-one and group basis, on goal setting including workshops on Confidence Building, Assertiveness, Anger Management, Freedom Programme, Recovery Tool Kit, Money Management, Healthy Lifestyles, Maintaining a Tenancy, Career Planning, Mindfulness, Planning an Enterprise Activity, Entrepreneurship, Tai Chi, Salsa Dancing, Community Development, Volunteering, Parenting and Arts & Crafts.

Weekly coffee mornings, with structured activities are offered for a relaxed and informal environment for participants to settle into our service provision. During the pandemic these have remained on-line.


Evermore Offers accredited Agored Cymru units and qualifications in Carmarthenshire and Caerphilly to those 25+, No Bars to Education 2 offers accredited Agored Cymru units and qualifications in Carmarthenshire, Caerphilly and Blaenau Gwent to those 25+


– Safeguarding,

– Working with Children and Young People

– Maintaining a Tenancy and Budgeting

– Assertiveness Skills

– Building Personal Self Confidence

– Mental Ill Health and Stress

– Volunteering in your community

– Community Development

– Understanding Relationships

– Customer Service

– Understanding what is a MARRAC

– Using Social Media Safely

– IT Skills

– Domestic Violence Awareness

– Arts and Craft

– Setting up your own Business

– Entrepreneurship

(Eligibility: EVERMORE  programme –  welcomes participants who are living in the unitary authority of Caerphilly or Carmarthenshire, aged between 25+, not in employment, education or training and not on the DWP’s Work Programme).

If you are interested please contact:

Layla Lucas: Project Co-Ordinator – 07377685362 –

Louise Daniells: Tutor – 07496267358 –

Carol Connelly: Tutor – 07375 500982 –

Carol Rees:  – 07939176132 – Administrator –

Katy Greco –

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