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You may feel you need some time to prepare for your next steps, here we have listed some organisations that run programmes that will your skills and training.
The Change Foundation runs programmes designed and delivered by young people with lived experience, tackling issues relevant to young people today.
London Futures is an award winning employability programme that engages young Londoners aged 18-30 with a disability, helping them transition into work, education or training through sport and personalised career development.
Starting from 13 September 2022. Tuesdays (term time) @ 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Address: The Change Foundation, The Cricket Centre, Plough lane, Wallington, SM6 8JQ.
Contact: RYANJONES@CHANGEFDN.ORG.UK or call 07824 589 517
London Futures is delivered through three phases:
London Futures is delivered by Coach Mentors with 20 plus years of credible lived experience of having a disability themselves, and who have gone through the journey of achieving employment through the dedicated support of credible role models.
Our London Future hubs are delivered at out HQ in Sutton and Hackney, however, we welcome referrals from the surrounding boroughs as long as young Londoners are able to attend our weekly sport and employability sessions. We are looking to recruit young adults 18 - 30 who are job ready, are independent travellers or working towards it and who need support in kickstarting their future careers.
Positive Directions is a skills training programme for young people living in South London (Croydon, Merton, Richmond, Sutton or Kingston) who are not currently in employment, education or training and aged 16-24. They can support you by providing training in industry-specific skills, helping you to stand out and succeed.
If you or someone you know would like to benefit from this free training and support, please contact email@example.com / 075937 61897
If you’re unemployed and between 16 and 25, you can meet new people, gain new skills and train on a Team programme.
Join Team, a 12-week personal development programme, where you can gain new skills, take a qualification and meet new people.