Routes to Employment
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- Apprenticeships and traineeships
- Youth Employment Initiative
- Other Information
What is Routes to Employment?
Routes to Employment (formerly Connexions) offers independent careers information, advice and guidance to young people aged 13-19 or up to 25 for people with learning difficulty or disability. If you have any queries please contact the main office on 01642 444666 during office hours or email email@example.com.
We have three distinct teams who each focus on increasing the numbers of Redcar & Cleveland residents who are in employment, education or training.
School and College Team
This team works in schools and colleges giving impartial advice, helping young people to make informed choices about what they want to do when they leave school or college.
Young peoples NEET Intervention Team
This team offers independent careers information, advice and guidance to young people aged 16-19 or up to 25 for people with learning difficulty or disability who are not already in Training, Education or Employment.
Routes 2 Employment Team
This team works to:
- Help to create apprenticeships with local employers by providing small funding packages and offering recruitment support
- Source appropriate vocational training for local apprenticeship schemes
- Facilitate recruitment & selection for jobs for Redcar & Cleveland employers
- Remove any final barriers to employment for Redcar & Cleveland residents e.g. initial transport costs
We've got a Facebook page and we regularly circulate opportunities such as training or apprenticeships as well as details of any events that we are involved in. Just like us at: https://www.facebook.com/EmploymentRC.
Interested in a career! Do you want to know how much it pays? have a go on the Careerometer
Foundation for Jobs
Created by Redcar & Cleveland Foundation for Jobs (FFJ), the Young Peoples Entitlement is an agreement between secondary schools and local businesses to do more to help improve the number of pupils finding work at the end of their time in education.
Its aim is to give all 11-to-16-year-olds in the borough a much more effective preparation for the world of work and increase their access to the workplace. It also aims to provide better opportunities for them to meet with, and get support from, employers in order to improve their employability skills and work readiness and enhance their future job prospects.
You can find more information about the Foundation for Jobs Young People's Entitlement by downloading the document below:
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