Prince's Trust (FFDL)

Education and Training

Education and Training
Education and Training
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Code BC143
Qualification Type Other Regulated/Accredited Qualification
Qualification Level Level 1
Course type Full Time

Overview

Prince’s Trust believe that every young person should have the chance to succeed. Alongside Barnsley College and South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue and South Yorkshire Police they help 16 to 24 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling in education to transform their lives.

The Team programme is a 12-week personal development course that gives young people the chance to gain new skills, take a qualification and meet new people.

Want to know more? 

Call: Rhian Oxley, Team Leader, Prince’s Trust Team Programme South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue, Barnsley Fire Station, Broadway, S70 6RA Tel: 07919565122 Email: roxley@syfire.gov.uk 

Website: https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/ 

There are various start dates throughout the year, to be confirmed.

Details

You will, among other things:

  • Be part of a team of 15 people for 12 weeks
  • Take on community projects of your choosing
  • Have an action-packed residential week
  • Take part in two weeks' work experience


So what’s involved?

Day 1: Meet new people 

Don’t worry about turning up on your own – there’ll be about 15 people joining and everyone will be in the same situation. It’ll be informal and there are plenty of activities so you’ll soon feel part of the group.


Week 1: Take action 

Over this week, you’ll start planning for the weeks ahead – setting out what you want to achieve and finding out how to get your qualifications.

Week 2: New experiences 

You’ll spend this week away – trying new things and learning how to work with others. This gives you a chance to break away from your current situation – trying canoeing, climbing, raft-building and much more.

Weeks 3-6: Something to talk about

As a Team, you’ll decide on a project to benefit your local community and carry it out. This gives you great experience to talk about at interviews.

Weeks 7-8: Work placements

This is the time to see how the skills you’ve developed so far can help you in the workplace. It’s also a great chance to try out a type of work, or company, to see whether you like it.

Week 9: Plan for the future

You’ll get help to write a fantastic CV, practice your interview skills and write applications.

Weeks 10-11: Meet the challenge

You and your Team will take on a challenge to help others in the community. This is when you get to test out all the skills you’ve developed.

Week 12: Have your say

In your final week, you’ll deliver a presentation – giving you the chance to show off the talents you’ve discovered! This may sound scary now, but after 12 weeks you’ll be surprised at how far you’ve come.


How will it be delivered?

There is no assessment, just attendance.

Entry requirements

You must be aged between 16-24 years old.

Your next steps...

Whilst there is no direct progression, successful candidates have the skills and confidence to apply for work or study.