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Youth Employment Initiative Programme

Darlington Borough Council and Tees Valley Pathways Programme are offering bespoke courses as part of their Youth Employment Initiative Programme.  It is a part-funded ESF programme with the aim of reducing the number of young people aged 16-29 that are currently not in employment, education or training.

Tees Valley are using a variety of methods to engage with young people as well as having a strong relationship with the local Job Centre Plus.  They offer a generic Employability and Employment programme which is very much individualised to each learner.

They also offer a bespoke Young Parents programme, helping parents get back into work once their children are in school or nursery.  We provide financial support in the way of travel expenses, childcare costs, interview clothes, work clothes and equipment, training courses, DBS checks and much more. For more information about each programme, please click on the links below.

Darlington Borough Council – Learning and Skills

Tees Valley Pathways Youth Programme

Youth Employment Initiative Programme


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