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The Aspiring Prospects Life Skills Programme for young people aged between 17 and 24, teaches life skills but uses the lens of employment and employability to do so. The aim of the programme is to support young people to establish a firm foundation of knowledge, skills, and experiences that will help prepare them for adulthood and the workplace.
The Aspiring Prospects programme offers young people a new and innovative approach to learning life skills, whilst at the same time developing skills and experiences that employers value. To be eligible for the programme you will need to be aged between 17-24 and have an Education Health & Care Plan (EHCP) issued by Surrey County Council.
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The Aspiring Prospects Work & Life Skills training programme is a 1 to 2 year provision, designed to support young people to become ready and prepared for employment, and adulthood.
Are you 17 to 24 years of age, and have an EHCP? Are you looking for a training opportunity that will support you to develop professionally and personally, alongside other amazing young people? If yes to any of the above, then Aspiring Prospects could be for you.
Please use this form to refer eligible young people to the Aspiring Prospects program, ensuring you read the information below which details the criteria for a young person who would like to join this program
We aim to help young people to gain employability skills and experience that employers value, and the life skills to thrive in and outside the workplace.