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Youth Employment UK

Young people driving the skills agenda Article provided courtesy of Youth Employment UK -

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Talent Match Newsletter July – 2017

Find out what we have been up to since the April Edition! Click the link –

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Breaking through – English, Maths and ICT

This 8 week programme helps with your ability to gain confidence and skills with your core skills. It will include group work as well as individual work.   You will overcome barriers to learning, change, your mind set and raise your aspirations. You will need to take an initial assessment to see where you’re at and what your learning needs…

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Talent Match Newsletter April – 2017

Find out what we have been up to since the January Edition! We’ve been really busy! Click the link –

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National Autism Week

Saturday marked the beginning of National Autism Week. At YMCA Talent Match, we work with young adults between the ages of 18- 29. We support young people to break down the barriers that are preventing them from getting into employment, education and training. We offer tailored support and wide range of opportunities and activities bringing young people closer to their…

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No One Left Behind Conference 3rd March 2017

No One Left Behind Conference 3rd March 2017

Earlier this month Black Country Talent Match hosted a thought provoking conference for our strategic partners around tackling youth unemployment, entitled “No one left behind.” The highly successful event took place at the Hawthorns, West Bromwich and addressed the challenge of sustaining employment for young people and understanding the barriers they face.

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Gemma’s Talent Match Journey

Gemma Since leaving school, I have always been career driven but never knew exactly what I wanted to do. My hobbies were dancing, acting, singing and creating Artwork. I took Business Studies as one of my GCSE options but never knew what to do with it once I had left school but I knew that I wanted to be my…

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Hannah’s Talent Match Journey

Hannah My talent match journey I’m Hannah I’m 22 I’m disabled I have a disability called cerebral palsy. I’ve always had a passion for art even from a young age I’ve studied from a range of things from fine art to fashion and design

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January 2017 Newsletter

Talent Match BC has been very busy on both the Frontline and Behind the scenes. Please check out our

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Social Return on Investment annual report

Our second Social Return on Investment annual report in partnership with Ark, captures insights and observations, in relation to the programme 24 months on. Highlighting the continued positive impact we are having on young people’s lives. Please

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