Protective Workshop Defined
A protective workshop is a safe, disability-friendly environment providing opportunities for people with disabilities from the local community to help develop and improve their skills and to earn an income through the products that they make as a supplement to their disability grants.
A contract is essentially a job given to the Centre by a business or corporate company that will financially sustain the participants.
Our mission is to enable our participants to achieve maximum independence and self-esteem through constructive work activities and additional income generation. Through ongoing efforts, we work tirelessly to alleviate poverty and to assist our participants to grow and develop themselves through skills acquired and with attitudes that give purpose and meaning to their daily lives. We wish to see the full integration of people with disabilities as valued and respected members of society, gaining paid employment in the open labour market wherever possible, and having access to sport, leisure, and social opportunities.