How we help Services Prince's Trust Team Programme 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. Team participant The Prince's Trust Team initiative is a 12-week personal development programme to help unemployed young people build confidence, meet new people, acquire new skills and gain a qualification. Adviza runs the programme three times a year. See details of our next programme below: Next programme Start date: Monday 27th September 2021 Locations: Aylesbury and Bracknell The Programme will be run in a Covid secure setting, delivered safely and in line with the correct Government guidance at all times. Sign up now To join the Aylesbury Team call Heloise on 07827 947306 or email [email protected] To join the Bracknell Team call Jasmine on 07827 947315 or email [email protected] Who the Team programme is for 16 to 24-year-olds in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire who are not in education, employment or training. What's involved The programme runs Monday to Friday for 12 weeks and includes community projects, work placement and 5-day team building residential. As part of the course, we also spend some time developing your interview and CV skills to help you take the next step. Why join Team? Three out of four people on Team go on to work or college within three months Here are some of the benefits of joining the Team programme: Boosts your confidence and skills Enables you to gain a nationally-recognised qualification It’s completely free and won’t affect your benefits You’ll get support with travel expenses. It taught me to believe in myself and massively boosted my self-confidence. Morgan, Team participant 18 year-old Morgan was anxious about how she would cope when her CAMHS support ended. Joining the Team programme boosted her confidence and her future. Read Morgan's story. Find out more For more information, please email [email protected] or go to the Prince's Trust website.