The Prince's Trust

The Prince's Trust, supported by Norfolk County Council, is providing free training courses for young people who are aged 16-30 and looking for work.

The ‘Get Started’ programme includes short courses that engage and develop young people through themes such as sport or the arts and support them into further education, training or employment.

The ‘Get Into’ programme includes short courses that develop young people’s skills, give them work experience in a specific sector and support them into jobs.

Upcoming opportunities include:
 

Are you 16-25? Want to learn new skills?

Programme: Monday 24 April – Friday 2 June

Location: Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Interviews: Week commencing Monday 27 March

Meet new people and learn new skills as well as gaining work experience. We’ll also help you with your CV.

Not only will it boost your confidence and employability, but you’ll also have the chance to benefit from the support of one our mentors to help you uncover your next steps.

  • Qualifications include: Royal Society for Public Health Level 1 Award in Health Improvement, Level 2 in Food Hygiene, Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Work
    Place and Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work
  • As well as employability skills and upskilling in Maths and English
  • Complete a four-week work placement with Serco within the NNUH, gaining experience in catering, portering, cleaning, facilities and other key areas of hospital work
  • Doesn't affect your benefits and travel expenses paid on programme
  • Boost employability skills
  • Up to six months mentoring support

To join the course or find out more:

Search ‘Prince’s Trust’
Text ‘Call me’ to 07983 385 418
Call for free on 0800 842 842

Are you 16-25? Want to learn new skills?

Programme: Monday 24 April – Friday 2 June

Location: Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Interviews: Week commencing Monday 27 March

Meet new people and learn new skills as well as gaining work experience. We’ll also help you with your CV.

Not only will it boost your confidence and employability, but you’ll also have the chance to benefit from the support of one our mentors to help you uncover your next steps.

  • Qualifications include: Royal Society for Public Health Level 1 Award in Health Improvement, Level 2 in Food Hygiene, Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Work
    Place and Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work
  • As well as employability skills and upskilling in Maths and English
  • Complete a four week work placement within the NHS, gaining experience in hospital administration and other key areas of hospital work
  • Doesn't affect your benefits and travel expenses paid on programme
  • Boost employability skills
  • Up to six months mentoring support

 To join the course or find out more:

Search ‘Prince’s Trust’
Text ‘Call me’ to 07983 385 418
Call for free on 0800 842 842

Annie’s story

Annie's mum passed away at 19, she moved away from her home and had her daughter Betsy at a young age. She has struggled to find work since moving and has found arranging childcare hard due to not knowing many people. Annie has always loved things to do with beauty and especially nails. She saw the advert for the Nail Art course with the Prince's Trust and immediately signed up. 

Annie's tutors said: "Annie was amazing on the programme, very bubbly, always punctual, the group really took to her well and she was definitely the life and soul! Annie passed both industry accredited qualifications, in Luxury Manicure and Gel Polish. Annie worked exceptionally well as part of the team, she was always willing to help others and this definitely was recognised and appreciated by all. Annie improved her overall confidence and team working and this was lovely to see happen. She has continued to keep in touch with other members of the group as well."

Annie said: "After having my little girl and moving away from family, my life was starting to get to a point where I didn't know what to do next. Coming to the Prince's Trust has given me something to focus on and work towards. I have met some really lovely friends and people who I will stay in contact with. It has been a lovely atmosphere to learn in and I feel really confident to go off and practise myself and aim to do as many courses in this industry as I can. Doing this course with the Prince's Trust has turned my life in a new direction and I'm very grateful to everyone involved."

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