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Prince's Trust Team Programme

We are running our Prince’s Trust TEAM course starting on 25th January 2021 for young people aged 16-25.


We will be starting the course virtually due to the new lockdown measures and I will be leading the Prince’s Trust course. We plan to have many exciting aspects to the course including weekly speakers, incentives and gifts for the young people, and lots of 1-1 help with personal development, CV and interview skills to ensure their experience is enjoyable.


We are still recruiting for our January cohort so if you do know of any young people that would benefit from our programme, please get in touch with Kate Wright via email or mobile number.


As we are now a virtual programme, we understand the requirements from young people to have a form of device to log onto online classes. If young people do not have a form of device, we are able to provide young people with a laptop so they can carry out the work and join the calls.


Please do get in contact if you have any questions, or any referrals.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Kate Wright
Contact Position
Education Officer
07731 129822
Parent Organisation
The Prince's Trust

Time / Date Details

When is it on
From 25th January 2021 for 12 weeks
Time of day

Other Details


Is there a charge for
using this service?


Age Ranges
16-25 years
Referral required
Referral Details


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