Print it project Armagh was set up in 2007 to provide a sheltered training environment for people with learning disabilities, to achieve this aim Print It Armagh engages in primary purpose trading, providing a print service to the local community, producing items such as wedding stationary, business cards and flyers etc, the people with learning disabilities referred to the project take part in all aspects of print finishing such as folding and creasing. Print It Armagh was provided with start up funding by the Local Strategic partnership and now sustains itself through sales and support from the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.
Print It Armagh quickly established itself as one of the best vocational training units for people with learning disabilities in Northern Ireland, and because of the need, established a replica project in Dungannon. Print It Dungannon opened in July 2011 and is part funded by the Department for the Economy and the European Social fund.
Print It Banbridge started in July 2015 funded by the Department for the Economy and the European Social fund.
We love “the type of work, the computers, the counting hands on work”
“the environment” “doing different task daily” “Helping customers with photocopying” “Stapling” “get along with other trainee and staff”
We are “able to approach staff for help”
“I love it and DON’T want to leave!”