Unemployed and 18 to 25? Team-up with The Prince’s Trust

If you’re unemployed, unexcited and unsure of your future, here is an opportunity to get you going: The Prince’s Trust Team programme.
They have a new programme starting in our area at the end of March.


Is it for people like me? The Team Programme is for UK residents aged 16-25 who are unemployed. It’s free and will not affect your Jobseeker’s Allowance. It is ideal for those whose lack of confidence or qualifications are holding them back.

What happens on the course? You will, among other things be part of a team of around 15 people for 12 weeks take on community projects of your choosing have an action-packed residential week get two weeks’ work experience.

What’s in it for me? Practical skills that help you in a job and in life. Belief in what you can accomplish. Career advice and help with job-hunting and your CV. The chance to make a difference in your community. A nationally recognised qualification, Improved chances of moving into a job, education or training.

How to apply? Click here for the Prince’s Trust website or call 0800 842 842 for more info.  Or you can contact the local organisers directly on the number at the bottom of this post.

The Princes Trust initiative is in our area is lead by Police Officer Stuart Toogood and PCSO Fae Palmer, working alongside the Princes Trust and Solihull College in delivering a 12 week programme, leading to a City and Guilds Qualification.

To contact PC Stuart Toogood or PCSO Fae Palmer directly the numbers are below:

0345 113 5000 Ext: 7824 6664

Mobile: 07767 749 684

The first programme will start on 28th March and due to end on the 17th June 2011.

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