Youth Engagement

Enabling young people to have a voice and contribute to society and the communities they live in.

Young people can and do contribute to society and the communities they live in. Through our work with commissioning partners we help young people to develop skills, build networks and discover possibilities that they may not otherwise have had exposure to.

Through the provision of positive activities and group work, young people are given the opportunity to carry out volunteering, learn new skills, develop a sense of community responsibility and be encouraged to think about their own future in a positive way to reduce the risk of not being in education, employment and training.

Through liaison with our own Youth Engagement Officers, we are increasingly making use of social media and innovative communication techniques to link young people with our professional services in a safe and secure way and our programmes of work are becoming increasingly diverse, securing a range of outcomes and impacts for our future generation.

Core Assets Children’s Services delivered the Princes Trust XL Programmes to schools across the Redditch and Wyre Forest areas.

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Working in partnership with the Birmingham Looked after Children team, we provided bespoke mentoring, ensuring young people at risk can secure successful and sustained progression into education, employment and training post 16.

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We are working with Denbighshire Local Authority to deliver a range of services to young people who are at risk of disengaging with education and at risk of becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training.)

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We deliver specialist support to young people as part of the ESF-funded contract with Wolverhampton City Council’s Youth Offending team.

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