Construction : Sector Based Work Academy with Youth Friendly Employer Ixion Holdings

Laying the foundations of your future with Youth Friendly Employer Ixion Holdings This free 5 week training course also includes […]


Traineeships with Youth Friendly Employer Ixion Holdings

6-12 Week Course: Remote learning followed by work experience placement in your chosen career Kickstart your career with a traineeship […]


Finding Youth Friendly Employers : New opportunity finder launched

We are delighted to launch our new opportunity finder, a database of organisations who have opportunities to support young people. […]


New Psychological First Aid Training for those supporting young people

Public Health England have released new online training for those supporting young people aged 25 and under who have been […]


Youth Opportunities Group Virtual Event : West Midlands

Youth Promise Plus provision is available to young people in Birmingham & Solihull to find employment, training or education. Come […]


West Midlands Police Sector-based Work Academy Programme

Sector-based Work Academy Programme delivered virtually by West Midlands Police and the National Careers Service. These opportunities are open to […]


Digital Innovators Skills Programme West Midlands Opportunity

Maximise your employment and earning potential with the Digital Innovators Skills Programme!  It’s fully funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority and includes 8 week’s work […]


Digital marketing, business administration & sales Kickstart opportunities in Birmingham

Are you 16 to 24-years-old and on Universal Credit? Interested in a 6-month paid job? If you’re looking to start a […]


Jaguar Land Rover Virtual Work Experience Programme : West Midlands

Jaguar Land Rover is committed to raising awareness of the variety of career opportunities for females within the automotive sector.  […]


Better prepared: Essential skills and employment outcomes for young people

New research conducted by the Skills Builder Partnership explores the relationship between higher levels of essential skills and employment outcomes. […]