Directory of learning and training opportunities for Young People in Warrington
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Information on learning and training opportunities in Warrington.
With so many options available, choosing between them can be quite confusing.
There are a range of vocational and academic qualifications available at local schools, colleges and training providers.
Have a look at the national Qualifications Framework [GOV.UK] to see how you can move up the levels and do different types of qualifications as you progress through learning and work.
When deciding on your next steps in learning you might also like to think about the following:
These are just a few things to think about but you’re not alone making choices.
Talk to teachers, parents and Careers for Young People.
Information for Young People with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities.
Warrington’s dedicated website which provides the Local Offer for parents, carers, children and young people.
Ask Ollie provides information about services which are available in the local area, including details of education, health and social care services for children and young people from birth to 25 years of age. www.warrington.gov.uk/localoffer
Who are we and what do we do?
The Brighter Futures Team offer high quality training, bespoke 1-2-1 support and volunteering opportunities, free of charge to Warrington residents to help them achieve their full potential.
We work with people from all walks of life including young NEET’s (not in education, employment or training), young parents, people with anxiety and and low self confidence and people who want to make life changes for the better but don’t know where to start.
Click here for more information: Brighter Futures