The Prince’s Trust is looking for young people interested in employment courses starting from September, partnering up with Marks & Spencer, Dwr Cymru, and St. David’s 2 to deliver valuable work experience and the potential for paid work.
If you’re not in work, education or training and live in the UK, The Prince’s Trust can give you the chance to gain work experience and receive training in a specific sector through our Get into programme. We’ll also focus on your employability skills to help you move into a job after the course.
You’ll spend time training on the job and gain valuable work experience in your chosen workplace. The course is completely free and won’t affect your Jobseeker’s Allowance. On top of that, we’ll cover your travel costs, and may be able to support with lunch and childcare costs during the course.
Age limits for the courses below vary: for Marks & Spencer you’ll need to be aged 16-25, and for Dwr Cymru and Land Securities we’re looking for people aged 18-30.
You can find out more about the Get Into programme and register your interest on our website, or you can get in touch directly by calling free: 0800 842 842, or text ‘CALL ME’ to 07983 385418. We also run other courses dedicated to areas such as starting your own business and confidence building. The full list can be found here.
The Prince’s Trust believes that every young person should have the chance to succeed. We help 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling at school to transform their lives. Last year we helped more than 56,000 young people turn their lives around in the UK. Whether you’re looking to boost your confidence, explore self-employment or get into work, the Trust exists to support young people toward their next steps.
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