Youth Now

The Youth Justice Service has gone from strength to strength in recent years, with successive positive inspections and impressive results to prevent young people from offending. The work we do is founded on a commitment to child first youth justice.

 

England and Wales has one of the lowest ages of criminal responsibility in the world which means children as young as ten can be sentenced through court into the criminal justice system. In addition the young people in the system are complex, with many barriers to fulfilling their potential and often exploited in numerous ways by adults. 

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Career Bulletin - Feb 2021

Love, love, love apprenticeships!


With Valentine’s Day and National Apprenticeship Week 2021 #NAW21 just around the corner, we thought you’d LOVE to hear about how we can support you into an apprenticeship!

You’ll need to know where to look! With excellent links to local training providers we can ensure you find out about new vacancies as they become available

 

You’ll need a strong CV. You can work with your adviser to put together the best CV possible to improve your chances of getting an apprenticeship. Need support filling in an application form? No problem. Anything careers related, we are here for you

 

Worried about having an interview? We can offer support to help you prepare and even set up a mock video interview if you need it!

 

We can access the Moving UP Fund to help you progress – if something is stopping you from progressing into an apprenticeship (or even college or training) we can help – perhaps you need clothes for an interview or a travel pass to get to your first week on the job? Let us know; you could benefit from the Moving UP fund....


 

Should you require further support or would like a careers guidance appointment, please contact the Careers Team on 0161 621 9300


 

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National Apprenticeship Week 2021

8th - 12th Feb: Training provider information sessions

To mark National Apprenticeship Week we have arranged a series of information sessions with apprenticeship training providers who will tell you everything you need to know about the different apprenticeships they offer.

 

Signing up with a training provider is often a really good way of improving your chances of moving into an apprenticeship as they have members of staff who try to source vacancies and will put you forward for an apprenticeship if they think you are suitable.

 

You can attend as many sessions as you like – they are all delivered remotely over Microsoft Teams, are no longer than 30 mins each, and to ensure your comfort you will not be expected to be on camera/mic. You can ask questions via the chat facility if needed. Please see below for the timetable.

 

Book a place on your chosen sessions today!

 

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