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Help is on hand for careers
8:00am Monday 2nd September 2013 in News
ENHAM’S Skills2Achieve programme is offering an answer to 16 to 19-year-olds, (or those aged up to 24 with a learning disability) what to do next.
The programme gives the youngsters an opportunity to meet new people and gain new qualifications to help move forward.
Activities are run by qualified tutors to help improve self-confidence; build a CV, practice interview skills andaimtowards a college course, work experience or paid work.
Enham’s learning and activity programme is designed to suit an individual’s needs, recognise achievement and help them to progress both short-term and long-term goals, and can last for up to 52 weeks.
Anyone who hasn’t joined a training programme, found a place on a college course or secured a job and need help or advice, can text 07912631235 or call freephone 0800 100 3134 to talk to a member of the Skills2Achieve team.
Other ways of contacting for help include emailing email@example.com visiting skills2achieve.
org.uk or looking at their Facebook page by searching S2AEnham.
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