Are you 16-25 years old? Are you unemployed and not in education or training? Do you want to change your life?
Our Prince’s Trust Team Programme is for you!
Prince’s Trust Team programme is a 12 week personal development course designed to re-engage and help young people back into further education, training or employment. Young people will get involved in team building activities, a community project and two weeks of work experience during the course. They will also receive advice on employability, and gain a number of nationally recognised qualifications including:
- Food Safety in Catering L2
- Health and Safety within the workplace L2
- South Yorkshire Police First Aid Awareness
- Prince’s Trust Certificate in Employment, Teamwork and Community Skills L1
The course is delivered from Barnsley Fire Station, S70 6RA so we can offer emergency service based learning opportunities. Young people will get a behind the scenes insight into roles and responsibilities of the fire service and involved in practical activities with our fire fighters.
We will push young people to believe in themselves, show them that with hard work and commitment they can achieve anything. The end of every programme is celebrated with a final presentation in the Town Hall, where they can show their family and friends the amazing journey they have been on.
This is a full time programme 9:30am – 3:30pm Monday – Friday, it is completely free and will not affect any benefits.
We have three programmes each year starting in January, May and September.
Watch our video to find out more - Prince's Trust Team Programme- what could the fire and police service course do for you? - YouTube
We are always looking for interested young people. For more information please email email@example.com
Contact name: Rhian Oxley or Martin Lunn
Phone number: 07919 565122
Mobile number:07979 733263
Address: Barnsley Fire Station Annex, Broadway, Barnsley, S70 6RA
Barnsley Fire Station Annex, Broadway, S70 6RA
Eligibility: 16 -25 year olds not in education, employment or training. It can also support young people with hearing or visual impairments.
Published: 09 August 2019