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Merseyside Fire and Rescue - Princes Trust TEAM Programme

Merseyside Fire & Rescue deliver the Prince’s Trust 12-week TEAM programme from Fire Stations across Merseyside. The programme is open to those aged 16-25 who are currently not in any education, employment or training and are looking to develop their communication and teamwork skills as well as enhance their confidence, self -esteem and job prospects.

During the course we look at developing key social and practical skills and students access careers advice with the aim of improving job prospects through a variety of fun workshops and a two-week work placement. Students learn about the community in which they live and give something back through taking part in a community project. There is a strong emphasis on wellbeing and practical life skills and students typically participate in a four-day fun-filled residential.

During the course students work towards a nationally recognised qualification, an enhanced CV and many leave with a new found confidence and improved self-esteem, motivation and hope about their future. In 19-20, 91% of the students starting the course completed and 77% had a clear destination at the end.

For more information or to sign up please contact us.

Who to contact

E-mail
youthengagementteam@merseyfire.gov.uk
Website
Mersey Fire Youth Engagement Facebook page

Where to go

Name
Programmes are delivered from these six venues across Merseyside
Notes
  1. Bootle & Netherton Fire Station  -Fleetwoods Lane, L29 1YB
  2. Toxteth Fire Station - 95 Windsor Street, L8 8EQ
  3. Kirkby - Venue TBC
  4. Prescot Fire Station - Manchester Road, L34 1AD
  5. Belle Vale Fire Station - Childwall Valley Road, L25 2PY
  6. The Hive Youth Zone (next to Birkenhead Fire Station) - Bright Street, Ch41 4EA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Courses run three times a year : September, January and May
Session Information
Sessions run Mon-Fri

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
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Details
This course is free

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