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The focus of this call is to provide support and co-ordination linking local employers with schools, colleges, and young people aged 15 – 24 to provide meaningful and inspirational experiences of the world of work and to ensure that young people can make informed education and careers choices.
As a minimum it is expected that the project will:
- Deliver activities that showcase career pathways and progression opportunities in the LEP’s priority job families, e.g. through careers events and fairs that are inclusive and accessible to all young people, including those with additional learning needs;
- Support employers to develop and offer experiences of work, apprenticeship and job opportunities, particularly recognising the forthcoming need for T level students to do an extended work experience placement;
- Support employers to deliver activities that will help young people in school years 10 to 13 as well as those under the age of 25 to transition effectively from schools to T levels and apprenticeships. This could include activities such as mentoring, team building and transferable employability skills and must be accessible for all young people, including those with additional learning needs; and
- Co-ordinate activities and simplify the process for employers by encouraging collaboration between different organisations and ensuring information about activities, offers and associated resources are easily accessible.
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The project must cover the Thames Valley Berkshire LEP Area.
Approximately £1,088,029 of ESF is available.
Full application deadline: 10 July 2019
The project must be completed no later than 3 years and 6 months after the proposed start date.
How to apply
To apply for funding under this call you will need to complete and send the Full Application form to the email address provided in the call document. The guidance provides information to help you complete the form.
You are also advised to read the details in the call documents in order to produce an application that complies with the requirements and meets the needs set out in the Operational Programme. All this information, the related guidance and the European Social Fund Operational Programme can be found from our homepage.
Where to send completed applications
Completed Full Applications must be submitted to email@example.com
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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