Training and Opportunities
Bolton At Home
Bolton At Home offer a range of training courses open to everyone. These courses include Customer Service and Complaints Handling, Confidence Building, Be Confident with Interviews and many more. If you would like more information or to book onto any of the courses, follow the link below.
NACRO Education Bolton
NACRO Education Bolton, offer many different training courses for young people aged 16-18. These are; Childcare, Employment Skills, English, Maths, Hair and Beauty, Health and Social Care, Mechanics and Engineering, and Retail. They offer one to one support and allow the learner to learn at their own pace.
Bolton Lads and Girls Club
Bolton Lads and Girls Club is a youth club that helps all young people from the ages of 8-19. For the young people who are looking for jobs they have many opportunities such as, On Track which supports young people to their next step e.g., employment.
Advice and Guidance
Bolton At Home
Bolton At Home staff who work in the UCAN Centres provide a little bit of everything. The UCAN Centres help people find a job, offer free use of the internet and computers, Training courses, access to social activities and community groups and many more.
The Prince's Trust is a youth charity that helps young people aged 11 to 30 get into jobs, education, and training. They help young people in many ways, if that means starting a business, helping create/update CV’s, and even building confidence. The Trust has helped 1,000,000 young people to date and support more each day.
National Careers Service
The National Careers Service provides information and advice about jobs, careers, and training for young people 13 years or older. A young person can contact them for help in terms of employment and speak with a careers advisor to get more help.
Pathfinder is a 3-year homelessness prevention programme for young people across Greater Manchester. The programme has been designed for young people who are either homeless or at risk of homelessness. They offer opportunities to engage in activities that they find interesting or helpful in their life to support their values.
Aptem is an online tool that helps the user with their steps towards more permanent work. Aptem can be used to search and apply for jobs, it can be used to upload evidence of job applications that the user has applied to. It also has tools such as CV builder and an Advice Centre regarding job applications. Bolton At Home have introduced this tool to help young people find those jobs. If you would like more information or would like to join Aptem, follow the link below.
Young Minds provide young people with the tools to look after their mental health. They empower adults to be the best support they can to young people in their lives. They provide a space to young people for their voices to be heard. A young person can contact them in different ways, either through their Young Minds Text line, their Samaritans or for those under 19 their ChildLine.