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Choices At St Helens CollegeYoung people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) are being urged to 'make today matter' with a Choices course at St Helens College.

Choices at St Helens College boasts an impressive 80% success rate with students using the free short course as a platform into education, employment or training.

The innovative programme launched to combat youth unemployment hopes to inspire and motivate those aged between 16 to 18 through a taster subject of their choice, from hairdressing and animal management to engineering and sport.

The six week programme has provided former students with the opportunity to enrol onto full-time college courses, apprenticeships, traineeships and employment.

Shaun Moss, Curriculum Manager for Preparation for Education and Employment at St Helens College said, "Choices has proved a huge success for the College and has helped to reduce the number of NEET young people in the borough. The course provides a whole host of opportunities for young people from all types of different backgrounds. The College welcomes students from across the region to maximise their full-potential through the tailor made programme."

The three-day course which starts on Monday 29 April provides students with a £25-per-week learning allowance (subject to full attendance), free bus pass and breakfast.

To find out more information about Choices at St Helens College call 01744 623140 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Why join our Prince's Trust Team?

Recognised Qualification

Gain a recognised qualification to reach the next step of your future.

Benefits

This programme does not affect your Jobseeker’s Allowance.

Community Projects

You’ll work on a community project and team building residential.

Employability

You’ll enhance your CV and boost your confidence.

Develop Your Skills

You’ll make lots of friends and use skills you thought you never had.

Progression

You’ll be able to progress onto a full-time course or employment.