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Projects must deliver activity which meets the local development need and focusing on the priority groups specified for each local authority area.
Examples include: robust initial assessment and needs analysis for all young people, meet the needs of young people in both rural and urban locations, effective use of enhanced and impartial, intensive and high quality personalised Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) at all stages of a young person’s learning programme.
Should provide individual and continuous mentor/key worker support, personalised transition or ‘moving on’ plan.
Should be delivered in a range of settings and times.
Range of opportunities, raising awareness of the world of work and development of employability skills potentially through a work pairing, work placement, volunteering programme, work tasters and enterprise.
Provide individualised wrap-around programmes of support focusing on English and Maths and skills programmes that are not funded through mainstream.
Provide vocational training linked directly to job opportunities and non-accredited and accredited learning up to Level 2.
Provide extra support on study programmes for 16-19 year olds at risk of becoming NEET and young people from vulnerable groups.
Support small and medium sized enterprises to build their capacity to take on young people from the NEET group.
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The project must cover the Bradford, Leeds and Kirklees districts of the Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership area.
Approximately £2,500,000 of funding is available.
Full application deadline: 21 May 2018
How to apply
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Failure to send completed applications to this email address by the deadline in the call specification will be ineligible for consideration.
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