Date Posted: Jul 15, 2019
Now you have left school do you think you could do with some additional help when it comes making the move from Year 11 to college, apprenticeships or employment?
DurhamWorks is a dedicated service to support young people aged 16-24 living in County Durham who are not in education, employment or training.
We are a partnership project between Durham County Council and nine organisations working together to offer information, advice and guidance to provide opportunities such as training, work experience and vacancy matching. We also offer tailored support to what a young person may need.
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A traineeship is an education and training programme for young people to help them increase their employability.
It is aimed at 16 to 24-year-olds who are motivated to find work but don’t have the right skills or experience that employers are looking for.
Traineeships are a good way to provide experience, if you’ve been looking for an apprenticeship for a while or made some applications but have not been successful. They are delivered by training organisations in coordination with local employers so you could contact your local training provider to see what is available.
They are made up of three parts:
Opportunities for traineeships are also offered alongside apprenticeships on the National Apprenticeships Service website.
Return to the Choices at 13+ page.