Need help in London and the South East?

The Prince's Trust runs free training courses and programmes to help young people who are working less than 16 hours a week get their lives back on track.

Our training courses and programmes are free to join. You'll get one to one support from our staff members and mentors, you'll meet other young people just like you, and we'll help you with the skills and qualifications that you need to achieve your goals.

Take a look below at the free courses that are coming up in your area, and if you'd like to chat to our team, get in touch today.


Get Into

Need work experience to help get a job? Get into gives you skills and experience in a particular sector.

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Get Started

Into sport, music, creative arts or just want to try them? Get Started can help you move forward.

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If you're unemployed, unexcited and unsure of your future, the Team programme could be what you need.

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We offer grants to pay for courses or to help you get a job.

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Ready to do something different? Fairbridge is fun, free and available to you if you are 13-25, unemployed or struggling with education.
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Got a business idea? If you're 18-30 and unemployed the Enterprise Programme could be for you.

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Live in East Sussex, Essex or Kent?

If you live in certain areas of East Sussex, Essex or Kent (Southend, Thurrock, Harlow, Basildon, Tendring, Hastings, Eastbourne, Medway, Swale, Thanet or Dover) and are aged 18-24, unemployed and not in training or education you could be eligible for Talent Match - which offers individual, one to one support to get you into work. Find out more.

Ready to apply?

Fill in our online contact form, or phone 0800 842 842

Do you know a young person who might benefit from joining a programme?

If you're a parent, guardian or from a statutory/voluntary organisation (such as schools, housing services and hostels, youth offending teams, CAMHS, youth and social services), you can refer a young person to The Prince's Trust.


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