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Premier League Works

Premier League Works

PREMIER LEAGUE WORKS is a Premier League funded programme for people aged between 16-25.

This programme supports unemployed young people to get back into education, employment or training, as well as developing new skills.

The programme has a mixture of group activities and individual tasks. This supportsĀ the young people for the world of work.

During the programme the young people will have a minimum of three one-to-ones with staff members to create a personal development plan. Once the young person has completed the programme they are eligible for 12 months' support.

The Premier League Works programme aims to:

- Positively engage and support young people/adults through a personalised 'work preparation' programme.
- Provide a variety of activities and workshops such as team-building and interview preparation.
- Enable young people/adults to gain a qualification.
- Develop the skills for making employment choices.
- Enable young people to identify a clear next step.

Core Programme

The core programme lasts for 10-12 weeks with ongoing one to one support following this.

- 2-3 days a week attendance.
- Transport to SCFC provided from local areas.
- Free lunch.
- Incentives i.e. shopping vouchers, offsite activities.
- Gain valuable work experience.
- Take part in a community project designed by the group.
- Level 1 Employability Skills.

For more information, contact Charlotte Johnston by phone on (01782) 592267 or 07599 062578 or via email at [email protected].