APPG for Youth Employment MAY meeting rearranged

Unfortunately the APPG for Youth Employment has had to reschedule its meeting for May. The original meeting was to be […]

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Get In Go Far

Get In Go Far is the new Government campaign to raise the profile of work based routes into employment. The […]

AELP National Conference 2016

The AELP National Conference 2016 this year will be examining the impact that the reforms are likely to make. On […]

The careers strategy

Read my article in FE Week about the current careers strategy from the Department for Education: FE Week Article You […]

Governments have failed a generation of young people, say Lords

On the 8th of April the House of Lords published their report on Social Mobility. Youth Employment UK was delighted […]

Skills Company Joins Forces With Youth Employment UK

Greater Manchester’s largest vocational training provider, The Skills Company, has become a member of Youth Employment UK (YEUK), a leading […]

Depression Awareness Week 2016

From the 18th to the 24th of April is Depression Awareness Week led by Depression Alliance. This year the campaign […]

First Employability Day launches with celebrations in communities across the UK

  Today, the first ever UK Employability Day is celebrating the work of jobseekers, advisers and employers.  Doors to over […]

Routes Into Work Report

Thank you to AELP and Pearson for providing this report! Youth Employment UK was delighted to provide support to the […]

My Future Career: Family VS Career – When Your Upbringing Affects Your Job Prospects

By Jenny Mullinder Part of the My Future Career Series I’ve always known that I grew up in a ‘difficult’ […]