Youth Voice Census : Partners Webinar

This webinar has been recorded to explain more about Youth Employment UK’s Youth Voice Census.

The Youth Voice Census will take a temperature gauge of how young people aged 14 – 24 years old feel on a number of employment issues.

Watch the full recording here:

The questions:

We will be asking some initial questions to determine relevant information. All respondents will answer questions on work experience, choices, moving in to work and social action, those aged 16+ will be asked questions about unemployment. They are questions about college/sixth forms, traineeships, apprenticeships and university for those to which they are relevant for.

Download the questions here: Youth Voice Census

Your next steps:

Please share your thoughts with lauren@youthemployment.org.uk before 12 o clock on 29th June.

For further information: Contact us by phone on 01536 680916 or email us at info@youthemployment.org.uk

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