HAWP Project (part of Hanta Associates LTD) provide work placements, bespoke training and organise Erasmus+ funded projects.
Hanta Associates pride themselves on their quality of service and have successfully sourced both short and long-term work placements for hundreds of young people throughout the UK.
In 2010, after being awarded two contracts by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), Hanta Associates went on to successfully coordinate the former government's 'Future Jobs Fund Scheme', a programme designed to reduce the level of unemployment in the UK, specifically targeting NEETS in London and the South East of England.
Hanta Associates successfully place hundreds of Jobcentre referrals aged 18-24 into six-month work placements in a wide variety of sectors. Due to the success of the scheme and the ability to build strong relationships with the businesses, many of the placements that were initially temporary resulted in a high number of the referrals securing long-term employment.
This strong relationship with businesses continued and in 2013 Hanta Associates LTD coordinated 250 work placements for Year 12 A-Level/BTEC students attending a leading Academy in South East London.
Hanta Associates continued to grow from strength to strength moving into the Apprenticeship and Traineeship sector here in the UK as well as establishing links with educational establishments in mainland Europe & Dubai.
Moving into the international arena saw the birth of the HAWP Project, part of Hanta Associates LTD, focussing on providing a comprehensive 360 service for individuals, schools, colleges, universities and businesses both in the UK and overseas. This 360 services not only focused on providing and organising work placements but also the facilities and resources required to enable a smooth transition through the programme.
Since 2015, HAWP Project - Hanta Associates LTD have placed a large number of people into quality work placements, training and long-term employment, sourcing work placements tailored to their client’s needs.