Whether a young person is looking for help to gain qualifications, advice and support when moving to college or assistance and guidance in finding the right apprenticeship, TwentyTwenty can help.
Good qualifications in core skills like maths, English and ICT are vital to move forward to college or a good job.
TwentyTwenty support young people who are struggling to gain these qualifications and help them adjust to new environments with specialist interactive educational courses at their Lifeskills centres. With small class sizes, 1to1 pastoral support, counselling and a personal mentor for a year they provide all the extra support needed to help young people achieve level 2 qualifications in Maths and English and level 1 in ICT.
At TwentyTwenty, their ultimate aim is for all the young people they work with to end up finding and keeping a good job. And by good, they mean a job with prospects that suits their interests and the level of skill and experience they currently have. But moving into work or finding the right apprenticeship is often difficult for young people.
They help develop vital work-ready skills, get good quality work experience, and help them move on to college or a job.
TwentyTwenty have many great partnerships with lots of local businesses and can often find opportunities that might not be available elsewhere.
Find out more about TwentyTwenty at https://www.twentytwenty.org.uk/
Help to support young people through TwentyTwenty by entering the Prima Solutions Challenge on 29 September 2018. Enter here https://www.twentytwenty.org.uk/Event/prima-solutions-twentytwenty-challenge-2018
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