What is moving on?

‘Moving On’ supports 15-18 year olds who are at risk of becoming NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training), those aged 16-18 who are already NEET are also supported.  Young people who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities (LLDD) are supported up to the age of 24 if they have an Education Health and Care (EHC) plan.

Moving On re-engages young people and provides personalised packages of support to tackle attendance, attainment, performance and behavioral issues.  Improved education, employability and personal skills gained through the project enable young people to ‘move on’ successfully into work or further learning including apprenticeships.

Moving on is delivered by Lancashire Employment & Skills Executive Partnership (LESEP) partners (colleges and providers that are members of The Lancashire College (TLC) or Lancashire WBL Executive Forum (LWBLEF) supported by a wider network of organisations that have particular expertise in working with some of the project’s key target groups and/or who deliver specialist services).

This programme will offer training and support to young people to equip them to take full advantage of the employment opportunities available in the Lancashire area.

We would welcome contact from young people who are currently NEET and Lancashire employers willing to work with us to develop training packages aligned to industry requirements and to provide placements, work experience and employment opportunities.

What success looks like

Get in touch

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info@movingonlancs.co.uk