The Get On Track programme Nottingham City Centre is part funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and Youth Employment Initiative (YEI)
What is Get On Track?
The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust’s Get On Track programme creates stepping stones for young people (aged 16-25) to move towards employment, training, education, volunteering and sports participation.
How does it work?
Olympians, Paralympians and top athletes have experienced the highs and lows of world class competition. They know what it takes to overcome barriers and still have the will to succeed. Athlete mentors inspire young people to improve:
• Confidence and self-belief
• Communication and teamwork skills
• Resilience and future aspirations for life
• Health and wellbeing
How long is it?
There are four phases to the programme – On Your Marks (3 sessions/1 week) > Get Set (12 sessions/5-7 weeks) > Go (1 session/1 day) > Keep In Touch (12 months) – Click here to find out more.
In the past year 70% of young people who took part in Get On Track were in employment, education or training within three months after completing. They are no longer part of the NEET statistic.
Tuesday 10th October, 10am to 3pm
College Street Centre, College Street, NG1 5AQ
It will run 3 days a week 10am to 3pm for 5 weeks, finishing on the 9th November
The Get On Track Programme is delivered by Learn by Design in Nottingham City Centre 2015 – 2017 and is part funded by ESF and YEI.
For more information contact Mike Ridler 01827 316297 email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the contact form below.
Friday 29th September | 10am – 3.30pm: Jobcentre Plus, Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 6LD
Tuesday 3rd October | 10am- 3.30pm: Jobcentre Plus, Bulwell High Road, Nottingham, NG6 8HX
Thursday 5th October | 10-12pm: Nottingham Jobs, Loxley House, Station Street, NG2 3NG | 12.30 – 3.30pm: Jobcentre Plus, Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 6LD
Monday 9th October | 10am – 3.30pm: Jobcentre Plus, Bulwell High Road, Nottingham, NG6 8HX