22nd Sep, 2020

Support on offer to help young people into work

Ross Crawford 14th Jul, 2020

YOUNG people whose academic and employment lives have been disrupted by Covid-19 are being offered support to help them into work and education.

Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership and the county council are working with the Careers and Enterprise Company to ensure 16 to 24-year-olds have the vital information they need to make decisions about their next steps in September.

The Careers Worcs Information Advice and Guidance service offers support for those who have been impacted by the lockdown and are looking for education or training advice and choices.

The service will help young people, including current Year 11 and Year 13 students, to make informed careers decisions.

As part of the Inspiring Worcestershire project, Careers Worcs will be delivering two-hour long webinars following their predicted grades day for GCSE and A-Level exams in August.

The webinars will explain to young people how to apply for apprenticeships, traineeships, college courses and university during the Covid-19 outbreak.

For more information on the Careers Worcs webinars visit shorturl.at/uCMRU or call 0300 666 3 666.

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