1. Comprehensive training for 100 trainees coming from five target groups as follows: victims of domestic violence, school drop outs, asylum seekers, ex convicts and substance abusers. These trainees are expected to be fully prepared to integrate in the labour market at the end of the project. The aim is to have 30% of these trainees with secured work placement by the end of the project.2. At the advanced level of training (on the job training), a number of trainees (those who make it to the advanced level) will be given training at Waste Management facilities such as the Civil Amenity sites.3. Trainees will learn leadershop and selling techniques by promoting their capabilities to the general public. At the end of the second year, "Care Creates Change Coop" will be formed. WasteServ Malta Ltd will identify the trainees who present the right capabilities, skills and potential to form part of the cooperative, and assist these trainees in the initial stages by guiding and setting up this cooperative. Following this, WasteServ will gradually let these trainees become autonomous and self sustaining. The time when the cooperative will be set up will depend on the level of performance reached by the trainees. The cooperative will be based on renovation, designing and creating useful recycled products. The cooperative is intended to create green jobs in providing services and potentially selling useful recycled products. During the duration of the project other streams will be explored and the forecasting of future recruitment opportunities in the resource management markets. The training programme for the individuals forming part of this coop would have come to an end at this point and the earning will be earned directly by these individuals. This project will not finance the coop (and it is not part of the project's indicators) but will assist those individuals in acquiring the right skills for a successful outcome and empowering them to believe in theri potential.4. The trainees who will not join the cooperative will be offered support and guidance by qualified guidance personnel and mentors to find other alternative placements. Another option will be offered to the trainees to continue their studies in one of the courses offered at MCAST.