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Are you not in Education or Employment aged 15 – 24 but would like to be? You might be interested in our #Lifegoals or BeInspired courses. Click here for more information


Aged 15 to 24 and unsure what to do next be would like to get back into learning or employment?

We have two courses that you might be interested in:

#Lifegoals:  If you might like to move onto a College course, Traineeship, Apprenticeship or Employment

  • NEET course: The courses involve  a wide range of practical based activities including employability, independence skills, sporting activities  and where appropriate work experience and volunteering opportunities. Courses are run by the Brighter Futures Team at the Orford Youth Base. 1 day a week for 12 weeks or 2 Days a week for 14 weeks.


  • Young Parent’s programme: Young people need to be aged 17 and above and the programme runs over 18 weeks one session a week at either the Sandy Lane Children’s Centre or the Sunshine Children’s Centre covering a wide range of practical activities including messy play, caring for your baby, independent skills and where appropriate work experience and volunteering opportunities.


Have a look on the Brighter Futures website: Brighter Futures

E-mail: Brighterfutures@warrington.gov.uk

Telephone:  01925 442440


BeInspired: If you might like to move onto an College course, Traineeship or an Apprenticeship

The programme is aimed at 15 to 24 year olds to support and inspire young people into education and training. The young people on the programme will be provided with one to one support and in some cases group work sessions to help them to develop and improve their employability skills and prepare them for next steps in Education, an Apprenticeship or a Traineeship.  Support can be provided with setting up a work experience or volunteering placement.


E-mail: careersservice@warrington.gov.uk

Telephone: 01925 442211

You can also talk to your Adviser about taking part in the BeInspired programme.


(Please note:  The Courses content may vary depending upon the needs of the group or individual learners)


Careers for Young People  can also help you to explore the options open to you and advise on this and other similar available courses contact:

E-mail: careersservice@warrington.gov.uk

Telephone: 01925 442211

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