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What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
What are NEETs? How to help NEETs
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What are NEETs? How to help NEETs

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What are NEETs? tell you how we can help NEETs into employment, education or training. We have a range of programmes and services to engage with young people to make sure that they get the best …

What are NEETs? tell you how we can help NEETs into employment, education or training. We have a range of programmes and services to engage with young people to make sure that they get the best education and chances in life as possible.

We are open to partnerships with people working with NEETs also.

For more information about our services, programmes or to discuss partnership with us please call: 0121 707 0550 or e-mail: info@pathwaygroup.co.uk

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  • 1. What Pathway Group can offer NEETs…
  • 2. What are NEETs? NEETs are people who are 14-19 (up to 25 with a learning disability) who are ‘Not in Education, Employment or Training.’
  • 3. Priority Groups of Young People who are NEET • Care Leavers • Disabled Young People • PRU Leavers • School ‘Refusers’ and Long-term Absentees • Teenage Parents • Young Offenders • Young people with Learning Difficulties/Disabilities • Young People with mental health issues • Young People at Risk of Homelessness • Young People Estranged from their Family
  • 4. • Pre-employment Training • Apprenticeships • Traineeships • Functional Skills • Mentoring and Coaching • Life Skills Development - e.g. Confidence Building (Overcoming Barriers to Employment) • Study Programme • CV Writing • Interview Practice What we can offer
  • 5. Pre-employment Training This is training to give you the theoretical skills that you need to successfully gain and maintain employment within an organisation. Apprenticeships Apprenticeships are on the job training and learning which combine real work experience with further study. The majority (if not all of the course is taught in the place of work) and like a regular employee you will have the bonus of earning while you learn and having paid holidays.
  • 6. Traineeships Traineeships are designed for young people who don’t have the experience or skills to be accepted onto an Apprenticeship straight away. Traineeships offer work experience and functional skills to make sure that the young person has all the skills they need to gain an Apprenticeship. Traineeships can lead to an Apprenticeship in that company. Functional Skills Functional Skills are about attaining Level 2 and 3 qualifications in Maths, English and IT. These are essential skills for any workplace. Having them will raise chances of employment and make you a more competent worker.
  • 7. Mentoring and Coaching You will be assigned an advisor who will help you with IAG (information, advice and guidance) and personalise your case. Life Skills Development - e.g. Confidence Building Sometimes there are barriers to us gaining employment such as self confidence, family issues, understanding of the working world etc. Our advisors are trained to help you identify and overcome those barriers
  • 8. Study Programme The study programme helps young people to gain the skills that they need for employment with an intensive course and IAG. CV Writing/Interview Practice Our advisors can help you work on your CV, offering you guidance on how to make it more appealing to potential employers. Once you have gained an interview we can also help you practice for it to make sure that you have all the correct answers to wow the employer.
  • 9. For More Information For more information about any of our courses mentioned or to enquire about our other qualifications and training please: Call: 0121 707 0550 E-mail: info@pathwaygroup.co.uk

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