Environment Leadership Group (BELG) is committed to helping
disadvantaged young people move into jobs in the built environment
The BELG brings together leading firms and key decision makers
from the built environment sector to help fund and facilitate The
Prince’s Trust Get into work experience and employability courses
across the UK.
Get into courses are bespoke and tailored to meet employers’
specific recruitment needs. Sixty-nine percent of young people on
the programme move into employment, education or training.
Together, the BELG and The Prince's Trust supports the development
and progression of young people within industries such as
construction, facilities management and environmental services.
Thirteen young people have successfully completed the Get into Events Programme in partnership with Balfour Beatty, the London Youth Games, and Urban Development.
The Costain Group has announced their Costain 150 Challenge, a major national fundraising campaign raising funds for The Trust, to mark the company’s 150 year anniversary.
The Prince’s Trust is delighted to announce that James Wates CBE has been appointed as Chairman of The Prince’s Trust Built Environment Leadership Group.
The Prince’s Trust celebrates their partnership with John Laing plc, which has raised over £250,000 for disadvantaged young people.
Twelve young people complete The Prince’s Trust Get into Construction programme, in partnership with Costain.
The Prince's Trust Built Environment Leadership Group will be launched on 19th May with a Breakfast event, supported by Systech International.
We are delighted to announce that Briggs Equipment have become Patrons of The Prince’s Trust and joined The Built Environment Leadership Group.
Mace has helped six young people to secure job opportunities on its UK construction sites through The Prince’s Trust’s work experience programme, Get into Construction.
Liverpool's Sean Millican, 23, has won the UK Contractors Group Apprentice of the Year award after being supported by The Prince’s Trust.
Keltbray Ltd support young people into jobs.