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Are you 16 - 24 and not in education, employment or training?

Join Prince's Trust Team - a 12-week personal development programme to help you acquire new skills, gain a qualification and meet new people.

We run the programme three times a year in Aylesbury, Reading (in conjunction with London Irish) and Slough.

Our next programme starts on Monday 28th September.
To sign up please contact your local programme leader:
Aylesbury Heloise Stankard Tel: 07827947306 Email: heloisestankard@adviza.org.uk
Reading Theo Skoumbourdis Tel: 07827 947291 Email: theo.skoumbourdis@london-irish.com
Slough Stephen Whelan Tel: 07827947297 Email: stephenwhelan@adviza.org.uk

Benefits of Team:

"The Prince’s Trust Team Programme, and the experiences it gave me, was a really important first step for me in building the confidence and communication skills to find employment. I wouldn’t be in the position I am without it.”
Previous Team participant

  • Three out of four people on Team go on to work or college within three months
  • Boost your confidence and skills
  • Gain a nationally-recognised qualification
  • Runs Monday to Friday for 12 weeks
  • Includes community projects, work placement and 5-day team building residential
  • It’s completely free and won’t affect your benefits
  • Support with travel expenses.

Watch our short video to hear from some of our Prince's Trust participants and to see what's involved.

For more information, please email princestrust@adviza.org.uk

Go to the Prince's Trust website for more information on the Team programme.

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