Re-engaging Young People
Are you a school trying to stop your young people from becoming ‘NEET’ (Not in Education, Employment or Training)? See below to find out how we can help you!
What is the NEET Programme?
This programme is for young people aged 14-16 who are still in school and in danger of disengaging and becoming ‘NEET’ when they leave. The programme helps schools and pupil referral units re-engage young people to participate at this critical life stage. We support young people to gain the minimum qualifications and valuable life skills.
While this programme is most commonly used by schools, this bespoke service is also available for offenders institutions, councils or other agencies.
The programme covers the following topics:
- Understanding business and career opportunities in the commercial world
- Goal setting
- Personal action planning
- CV development and interview skills for college
- Communication skills
- Self presentation
- Self awareness
- Money management
Using a whole range of innovative approaches we keep young people interested and stimulated through games, technology and drama. We have fun!
Organisations that use our service instantly see the benefits as it allows everyone to work in a more productive environment. Young people we engage are more focused on their long term careers.
We have worked with a large number of schools who tell us time and again of the benefits to them.
“Ben and Right Track were absolutely amazing! During their time at Queen Elizabeth’s we saw improvement in the children’s general behaviour and attendance. They’re always welcome back!” – Sharon Clay (Head of House at Queen Elizabeth’s Academy)
Other organisations we have worked with include Ashfield Comprehensive School, Kirkby College, Brunts Academy, Samworth Church Academy, Selston Arts College, Oakdale Pupil Referral Unit and many more!
The NEETS programme will not be running again until the end of 2016. Click here and fill in our Contact Form to get your school on our waiting list.