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Prince's Trust Team Programme

TEAM programme is now run on behalf of the Prince's Trust by London Irish Foundation Trust.

Team is a 12 week employability programme for 16 – 24 year olds and the maximum size of the group is 15 people, which includes staff.  We deliver to three different cohorts throughout the academic year.  We require a classroom type environment and ideally a cupboard to store equipment.

Each day tends to run from 9am – 5pm and generally the pattern of when we need a venue is outlined below.  There will be days throughout the programme that we will be out and about, but our staff member would always keep you up to date with plans. 

Week 1: in all week

Week 2: in all week

Week 3: away on residential all week

Week 4: in all week

Week 5: Community Project, so will be out majority of week

Week 6: Community Project, so will be out majority of week

Week 7: not in, young people on work placement

Week 8: not in, young people on work placement

Week 9: in all week

Week 10: in all week

Week 11: in all week

Week 12: in all week


The dates we run the programme are:

January 2020 Team

Week 1: Monday 20th January

Week 12: Monday 6th April


May 2020 Team

Week 1: Monday 11th May

Week 12: Monday 27th July

Who to contact

Contact Name
Joe Pegg (London Irish) / Danni Batt (Adviza)
07523 500 553 (Joe Pegg)/ 07827 947291 (Danni Batt)
[, danni.batt@adviza]
Prince's Trust ~ Team Programme
Parent Organisation
The Prince's Trust

Where to go

The Warehouse, 1a
Cumberland Road

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Team runs 3 times a year (September, January & May) next course starts in January 2020.
Time of day
Session Information
20th January to 10th April 2020
11th May to 31st July 2020

Other Details


Is there a charge for
using this service?


Age Ranges
16-25 years
Referral required
Referral Details

If you know a young person who could be interested in this course please call for free on 0800 842 842 or fill out their information on our online webform:

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