Employability Solutions New Futures
The New Futures programme is delivered by Employability Solutions in partnership with VOLA, a consortium of voluntary community enterprise. The programme offers support to people who are aged 16 – 24 and not in education, employment or training (NEET) or are 15 – 24 and at risk of becoming NEET. It is intended to be a stepping stone if you are not yet ready to move into employment, training or further education.
Participants will be given a comprehensive information, advice and guidance assessment and a personalised action plan.
Your personalised action plan could include:
- Accredited or non-accredited course
- Work related course tasters
- Literacy and numeracy support
- Employability skills
- Work placement opportunities
- Advice and support from employers
You will have a Key Worker who will offer mentoring and support. This support will continue after progression to employment, further education, an apprenticeship or a traineeship.
Reviews will take place regularly to ensure personal targets are met and progression routes are achieved.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Employability Solutions
52, Wellington Street
- L19 2LX
The venue is fully-accessible and has free car parking available. Close to bus stops.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Please make contact for more information on when the next program will run.
- Time of day
- Session Information
Programmes are open for referrals from any Liverpool City Region residents.
- Please contact provider for cost details.
- Referral Details
Self-Referrals as well as our own community engagement, allow those who benefit from the New Futures Programme to access it. Referrals from professionals and Secondary Schools also welcome for anyone eligible.
Participants must be NEET or at risk of becoming NEET and be able to provide ID if over 16.
Support is offered to those who are unable to supply evidence or ID in the first instance.
- Other notes
We cover Liverpool and Knowsley postcodes for this programme.
We are able to cater for people with additional needs who can be offered more intensive support.