Create Your Future
Operating in the East London Boroughs, this programme offers a unique package of engagement and support with music and media workshops, industry based training and personalised mentoring support, to keep young people attending education and to improve their confidence, understanding and aspirations in education and work.
We want to share our expertise and vision for keeping at-risk of NEET groups on track and giving them the support they need to achieve their potential.
Please contact Carol Wright
, to find out how we can help bring the programme to your school or young people?s group.
NEET and at risk of NEET Programme, through music and creative arts
The Armstrong Learning Group has a unique set of skills and experience in the delivery of successful, quality programmes for young people, using music, media and creative arts.
We use creative arts, music and media projects to engage, inspire and train young people who are NEET or at risk of becoming NEET.
Trained, specialist mentors, work one-to-one with our young people, helping to identify barriers to learning and work, giving them practical support to break these down and giving them confidence, hope, SMART goals and a reason to achieve lasting progression and change, for themselves.
Young people aged 16-19 who are NEET (not in education, employment or training) and 14-16 year olds identified as disengaged or at risk of disengagement.
A 26 week programme with creative arts workshops, personalised action planning and specialist mentoring, to engage, inspire and train young people to enter and stay in education, training or employment.
Comprehensive range of workshops to build confidence and skills, using music and media projects to engage, inspire and teach new skills to young people.
Accredited and non-accredited learning from our extensive catalogue of industry based qualifications.
Closely linked with schools, colleges, foundation learning providers with clear progression opportunities and to ensure ?wrap around? support.
1-2-1 specialist mentoring to remove barriers to learning and work and help the young person stay ?on track?.
Incentives for young people to achieve defined objectives and for sustained engagement and progression