How does it help?
It uses a theme such as sport, drama or music to inspire young
people to take the first step to increase their confidence, skills
Through working with local partners, it provides an opportunity
for young people who are unable, unwilling or lack the confidence
to take part in a longer personal development programme, or may be
unable to access such opportunities locally.
How does it work?
- Participants undertake a minimum of five days group activity
linked to the programme theme, culminating in a final challenge or
celebration bringing together the skills they have learnt.
- They then receive three months progression support to move into
training, education, further programmes, volunteering or jobs.
Who is eligible?
Young people aged 16 – 25:
- Especially if they are part of The Trust’s other target groups,
which are: people leaving care, young offenders, educational
underachievers and the long term unemployed.