Find out what we have been up to since the November 2017 Edition! Click the link
On Friday 10th November representatives from the Black Country Talent Match team attended the Black Country Sport and Physical Activity
Get to know your fitness! Find out if this is a possible career route for you!
This course is great for anyone interested in health and fitness, but wants to gain more of an understanding.
You will develop a basic understanding of health and fitness after completing this course and will be able to begin to find out about possible qualifications in order to plan a career route in this sector.
Social Return on Investment (SRoI) is a method for calculating the Impact and Social Value created by the project and assists in gaining a better understanding of value for money. We do this by –
We celebrated in style at the Molineux Football Grounds on the 12th October 2017, in aid of our 3 Years on Celebration and Awards, Championing the Voice of Young People
Hosted by ITV News Presenter and household name, Sameena Ali-Khan, the event showcased and celebrated the progression made over the past year.
Over the last 12 months young people involved in Talent Match Black Country have continued to shine. Working alongside our brilliant partners and committed staff they have shown that given opportunities, they are able to achieve real progress towards and into employment. We have continued to reach out to those young people facing disadvantage, those furthest from the labour market who, with the right individualised support, are realising their potential. This year’s Annual Report is now available and gives just a snap shot of our successes.
Advance can help you with the following to improve your preparation or decision making skills –
Planning and Prep for interviews
- Prepare yourself by considering potential questions you may be asked during the interview and also possibly answers before you attend.
Talent Match is targeting young people who are furthest from the jobs market, including those who are completely outside of the benefits, work and training system and facing severe barriers to gaining the skills they need to get into work.
Talent Match will boost opportunities for young people in these areas by bringing together partnerships of employers, education providers and others, led by local charities.
The investment was co-designed with young people, both centrally and in each of the 21 partnership areas, and will continue to have young people at the heart of decision making throughout the programme.
By Professor Peter Wells
Peter is Professor of Public Policy Analysis and Evaluation at Sheffield Hallam University and is based at the Centre for Economic and Social Research (CRESR).
The Big Lottery Fund is investing £108million in Talent Match, its innovative programme designed to address the problems of high levels of unemployment amongst 18-24 year olds.