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30th Aug 2013

Adviza is inviting young people not in employment, education or training to take part in a prestigious 12-week personal development course running in Slough and Reading.  

The Prince’s Trust Team Programme, which is run by Adviza in the Thames Valley, offers personal development training for people aged 16 to 25 years and is designed to help them think about their futures and move forward, ultimately into employment, education or training.  During the course young people will take part in activities to build their confidence, motivation and skills, including a five day team building residential, a work placement and a local community project.  The young people will also get advice on job hunting and CV writing.  At the end of the Programme participants will achieve the Prince’s Trust Certificate in Employment, Teamwork and Community Skills.

The Slough Team Programme starts on Monday 9th September and finishes on Friday 29th November 2013.  The Reading Team Programme starts on Monday 16th September and ends on Friday 6th December 2013.  Both are full time courses running from Monday to Friday, 9.30am–4.30pm and participants need to be available for the whole 12 weeks.  Joining the Team Programme will not affect young people’s benefits.

If you would like to take part, or know any 16-25 year olds who would benefit from this course, please contact: Jeff Williams, mobile: 07966 494069, email: for the Slough Team Programme or Sabrina Ruan, mobile: 07827 947297, email: for the Reading Team Programme.  Alternatively contact Martin Rudd, Delivery Partner Manager, Prince’s Trust Team Programme, mobile: 07747 476755, email:



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