Didn’t get the results you were expecting?
Didn’t get the results you were expecting? Don’t despair; gain the Skills to Achieve with your local learning centre
Tutors from Hampshire-based charity Enham Trust’s Skills2Achieve learning centres will be opening their doors to young people across the county; offering advice & guidance on 24th August, following exam results day.
These drop-in sessions, held at their centres in Basingstoke and Portsmouth, will provide young people with the chance to talk to professional in an informal setting, and receive personalised education & careers advice – offering alternative options for their future.
Skills2Achieve is a unique programme of support for young job seekers, run from several centres across Hampshire.
Designed to help support young people aged 16-19 currently not in education, employment or training, and disabled people up to 25, the programme aims to help young adults find work, begin apprenticeships or start full-time education.
Skills2Achieve Tutors will be available at the following locations and times on 24th August:
- 10am – 4pm, Unit 59 Kingsclere Road, Basingstoke
- 10am – 4pm, Somerstown Community Centre, River’s Street, Portsmouth
Kerry Weir from Enham Trust said of the drop-in sessions:
“Exam results day is a huge occasion for young people; finding out if they’ve made the grade. There has been a marked increase in young people seeking help with exam stress in recent years, and this continues through to results day and making important decisions for their future. For some, they may not have received the results they were hoping for, leaving them not knowing what to do next.
“Our drop-in sessions have been set to provide young people who haven’t achieved the results they were hoping for with a friendly space to discuss their options and work out their next steps.”
For more information about Skills2Achieve, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk/skills2achieve
For more information about Enham Trust, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk
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