Helping change young lives, the Prince's Trust scheme is a 12-week personal development programme which aims to increase confidence, motivation and skills and as a result enable young people to move into employment, education, training, volunteering or apprenticeships.
*The current 12-programme is currently postponed due to the covid-19 restrictions. Please check this page for ongoing updates on the programme restarting in it's normal capacity.
Please see below for information on the new Online 8-week programme starting 22nd June (16-18 years only).
New Online Prince's Trust programme for 16-18 year olds (start date 22nd June 2020)
Askham Bryan College's Prince's Trust will be going online with a new 8-week programme utilising Zoom chats for students to take part in daily online lessons on the 22nd June 2020.
The online learning supported by tutors from the programme works through five areas of development through the completion of workbooks, designed to help prepare young people to return to work, training or education.
Career planning - CV Building, mock interview support, support with applying for jobs and courses after the programme and finally building job search skills.
Planning for progression - Step by step support for self development and future Plans.
Teamwork - Building confidence and interpersonal skills by taking part in small challenges with fellow team members.
Supporting others - Develop an understanding of the support needs of other people as well as the limitations of the support they can give.
Presentation skills - To deliver a presentation to peers and further develop own skills.
A bursary is also available for students enrolled on the course subject to full attendance.
For more information on the course and to sign up contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07790 897 491.
Prince's Trust Teams programme (currently suspended until further notice)
Askham Bryan College, in partnership with The Prince’s Trust, are working together to help tackle youth unemployment in North and West Yorkshire. The College’s Prince’s Trust programmes offer young people the opportunity to develop their personal skills and experience working as part of a team through challenges and projects within their local community, whilst gaining nationally recognised qualifications.
Did you know?
Three in four young people on Prince’s Trust schemes move into work, education or training. The Prince’s Trust will help 55,000 disadvantaged young people this year, helping them obtain the confidence and skills to turn their lives around by giving unemployed 16 to 25-year-olds the skills and confidence to find a job or training opportunity.
The action-packed programme runs for 12 weeks, including a four-day residential, and aims to build up confidence, giving you the support and motivation to progress onto further education or employment. Young people will get involved in team building activities, a four-day three-night residential trip, a community project and two weeks of work experience during the course. They will also get advice on how to write CVs as well as gaining nationally recognised qualifications.
The Team programme is free and you can claim existing benefits if eligible. Bus fares will also be reimbursed upon the receipt of valid bus tickets.
This full time personal development course will help you gain:
• Practical skills that will help you in employment, training and life
• Belief in what you can achieve
• Nationally recognised qualifications
• Career advice and experiences to enhance your CV
• Gain nationally recognised qualifications
• Be given help with your CV and job search skills
• Meet new friends and have fun
• Make a difference in the community
You will study:
• Planning for progression - community project
• Work based experience
• Career planning and making applications
• Supporting others
• Team work
• Presentation skills
Entry Requirements and Cost
There are no entry requirements or fee
Method of Assessment
This will be through a portfolio
Employment, further education or training
The Team Programme runs three times a year from a number of locations across Yorkshire.
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