Facework is a social enterprise that equips people to face the changing world of work through skills training and by developing affordable workspaces where communities can learn, share and work together.
We are passionate about supporting young people to become leaders who can then teach and inspire their peers. We currently work in the UK and India in these 5 areas:
Check out our Dynamic Skills Currriculum co-designed with young people
Join our affordable community workspaces.
Share skills, ideas and opportunities.
"I feel more motivated coming into a workspace which is dedicated to work and community.
The environment has helped me be more productive and find more freelance work."
FW Hatch Hub member.
"The Facework training gave me the chance to grow my mind, and grow with the people around me. It has really been a wonderful two days."
Student in a Sikkim School, North India
Discover soft-skills training model.
Equip young people to learn new skills while looking for work.
Connect with our real-world learning events.
Help build community and connections.
"I didn't think I had anything to offer at the Facework Conversation event but the team gave me the support I needed and I really enjoyed helping to lead the discussion. It boosted my confidence."
Facework Conversation Panellist
"What I like about the FW programme is that the student can scale themselves on their ability before and after the Challenge. Helping the learner acquire skills such as networking or learning from mistakes is so important in today's workplace."
Vanessa Slade, teacher.
Explore our soft skills and character strength curriculum,
co-designed with young people.
Find out how to adapt our model yourself: Innovate new employability programmes
"Working with Steve and Tim has been invaluable. They helped us create a business case for developing our community workspace in Wolverton which has now been approved by the Council. Learning from those who are actually doing it and having their ongoing support has made all the difference."
CEO Future Wolverton
Treat young people as content creators, agents of change and future leaders, paying them London Living Wage rates.
Employ those under 25 years of age and equip them to lead in the design and delivery of our employability, training and enterprise 'hubs.'
Build inclusive work communities where young and old can learn from each other, thrive in their work and grow with their community.
Share our knowledge in an open-handed way, encouraging others to build on what we are doing.