Department for Work and Pensions Guidance on Transition to Work
Our Employment Access Team (EA Team) work with employers to offer jobs, skills and work experience opportunities to schools and young people who are not in any employment.
We want to help all young people to be able to get a job, training or education place that helps them achieve their ambitions. We work with some amazing partners here in Birmingham including The Prince’s Trust to offer mentoring and a wide range of opportunities.
Our partnership project is called Youth Promise Plus and supports young people who have finished school. You can find out more about this support and other services at www.birmingham.gov.uk/brumskills
Not in Education Employment or Training (NEET)?
Birmingham Careers Service will work with young people if they have left school or a Post 16 placement and are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET).
This means that if they are 16 and over, and unemployed then the Birmingham Careers Service will be able to help them.
Birmingham Careers Service will provide career information, advice and guidance to help young people and their families consider their choices and options, plus support them to look for jobs, training, and apprenticeships, or continue in education. A fully qualified (QCF Level 6) Personal / Careers Adviser will work to support them.
Visit Birmingham Careers Service https://www.birminghamcareersservice.co.uk
Or alternatively phone the following number to book an appointment to see a Careers / Personal Adviser at a community or youth venue near to home:
Birmingham Careers Service telephone: 07592 586436
Email – BCareers@birmingham.gov.uk
Birmingham Adult Education Service
Birmingham Adult Education Service (BAES) is part of Birmingham City Council and is one of the largest adult learning providers nationally.
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Mencap Help and Support for people with a learning disability looking for a job
Employ Me Birmingham – a leaflet on the Mencap service supporting people aged 18-24
Sense – offering in person support at their centre in Selly Oak.
For 18+, but they also offer the wrap around mental health support for any young person on the YPP programme.
Shaw Trust Thrive into Work
Offer employability support for people who experience barriers finding work due to mental or physical health
A community association based in Perry Common – they have a jobs and skills team who support with employment.
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