Every Tuesday from 11th February to 17th March at YCSA
Youth Community Support Agency (YCSA) in partnership with Skills Development Scotland (SDS) will run workshops over February and March 2020 to help young people with their employment prospects and give information on Modern Apprenticeships.
We will use team-building and drama based activities to teach interview techniques and develop presentation and communication skills
We will provide lunch and travel expenses to participants
Proposed time every Tuesday from 12:00 – 16:00
Please see the attached flyer for more details on programme content.
Who is the course for?
Young people aged 16 to 24 who want to move into work but need some careers guidance.
Young people who would like to get paid for work while training in their chosen career sector
Young people who can work independently on job search and updating CVs with minimal supervision
We are especially keen to encourage young people from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds (BME) to come along as people from these backgrounds are particularly underrepresented in Modern Apprenticeships.
If you are working with any young people aged 16 to 24 from this background who you believe would be suitable, please fill in the referral form and send to email@example.com .
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The sessions are for young BME people (black and ethnic minority) aged 12-18 years old living in the Govanhill area, and they are completely free to attend!
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Look forward to hearing from you, or just seeing you there!