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Working Futures

Working Futures is part funded by the European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative to provide a personalised, flexible package of support to help young people aged 16 to 29, who are not currently in employment, education or training (NEET), to move towards a better future.

Led by Greenbank College and VOLA Consortium, the programme is delivered by a partnership of 22 not-for-profit training providers spanning the six boroughs of Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Halton and Wirral, with the ability to offer localised delivery in key areas of need.

Working Futures Programme at Greenbank College

If you are aged 16 to 29 and are not currently in education, training or work then we can provide you with the help and support you need to improve your future.

Our friendly team, based at Greenbank College can offer you personalised education and work related help and advice for as long as you need it*. If required we can signpost you to other specialist agencies offering support in areas including counselling, substance misuse and mental health services.

Working Futures is free and we can cover the cost of your travel and lunches whilst you are on the programme**

Employability Personal Development World of Work Skills Development

Employability

Focusing on the skills you need to secure
training, apprenticeships or work such as CV and interview techniques

Personal Development

Identifying and developing your personal skills and qualities to maximise your potential such as confidence building

World of Work

Helping you get the work experience you need

Skills Development

Working with you to develop job related
skills and achieve relevant qualifications

Working Futures is free and we can cover the cost of your travel and lunches whilst you are on the programme**

Contact Chris, Lisa or Nicola on 0151 733 7255 / mobile 07450 597 995 / Email: workingfutures@greenbank.org.uk

*up to 12 months **subject to meeting eligibility criteria

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