Three13 adopt a holistic approach to supporting people to overcome their barriers, this means we:
Provide sustained one to one support to help develop personal, social and communication skills
Tailor Career, Information and Guidance sessions to suit individual needs
Signpost to other organisations for specialist support (e.g. counselling, debt centres)
Offer work placements to provide real work experience and build confidence
We deliver the Advance Programme in two forms, one tailored to the needs of 16-29 years and one for people aged 30 years+
This September, following a presentation at a Youth Obligation Workshop at Jobcentre Plus, Conner joined our Advance Programme.
Keen to gain some work experience and improve his CV, he selected to take the Business Administration pathway and gained an NOCN L1 Award in Vocational skills whilst contributing as a valued member of our office team.
In the final few days of the course, Conner shared his newly improved CV with a recruitment agency who, impressed, promptly put him forward for interview from which he secured an IT apprenticeship.
Our four-week Advance Programme has been among the most effective training opportunities we offer, combining valuable work experience and vocational qualifications to support people into employment. The course includes team and confidence building, CV writing and money management, with a NOCN Level 1 Award in Vocational Studies (delivered internally).
Learners choose a pathway to suit their aspirations, including...
Following completion of the programme, learners may have the option to continue on and gain further qualifications with us, in areas such as Food Hygiene, First Aid or Construction (CSCS).
With new learners starting each week, don't miss out. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07579063214 to register your interest or arrange a visit to meet us.
We deliver this programme in the Tees Valley, North Yorkshire and York with the support of ESF Community Grants.
This organisation is a delivery partner for ESF Community Grants. ESF Community Grants are funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Education and Skills Funding Agency and the aim of the fund is to help unemployed people progress towards employment through access to learning and training opportunities.