Call to run a project to provide a ‘Careers and Employability Service’, to work with senior managers in educational establishments to agree a programme of activity that delivers enhanced careers and employability support to young people aged 15 – 19 identified as at risk of becoming NEET.
This call for proposals aims to provide innovative ways to positively engage with those who are at risk of becoming NEET, to maximise their potential within the future workforce. Projects must deliver activity which directly contributes to the objectives of Priority Axis 1.2.
Successful applicants should support and develop career management skills in young people in the following ways:
The successful project(s) should also support the following 4 key priorities for developing skills and knowledge, with a focus on those at risk of not making a successful transition into future education, training or employment opportunities:-
Equipping school and college leavers to understand what skills will be required in the future workforce and motivating them to move up the skills escalator to more productive, better-paid jobs of the future.
Enable young people at risk of becoming NEET to develop the knowledge, skills and experience to successfully enter the labour market – providing businesses with a stronger pool of motivated and ambitious indigenous talent.
Enable the future workforce to up-skill and adapt to changes in technology (including digitalisation) through inculcating a personal commitment to lifelong learning.
Providing careers advice and labour market information so young people can exploit opportunities within the emerging growth sectors of our future economy.
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Workshops took place in November to support applicants wishing to apply. Please follow this link to view the post event page.
Closing date is January 16th 2019.
Priority Axis 1.2: Sustainable Integration of Young People into the Labour Market
Approximately £1,000,000 of funding is available.
Applications to this call should cover the entire D2N2 area.
For more information, download the call specification.
This project is part-funded by the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England.