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Raising the participation age in 2013 for 300 16-18 year olds in Fylde and Wyre. A planning conference for agencies involved with young people at Blackpool and Fylde College October 1 st 2013. Domestics. Jackie Wooding BFC Host for day.

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Raising the participation age in 2013 for 300 16 18 year olds in fylde and wyre

Raising the participation age in 2013for 300 16-18 year olds in Fylde and Wyre

A planning conference for agencies involved with young people at Blackpool and Fylde College

October 1st 2013


Domestics

Domestics

Jackie Wooding BFC Host for day


Raising the participation age in 2013 for 300 16 18 year olds in fylde and wyre

To bring together the partners involved or concerned with the needs of young people who are not in education employment or training and identify how services can be developed to meet identified need and improve participation in EET


Conference format

Conference format

Short inputs – table talk – Q and A

Opportunities to digest and clarify questions

Action planning after Lunch- suggestions for ways forward under the headings of the LYES

Breaks: Mid morning / Lunch

Displays at rear to explore

Thanks to BFC for hosting the day


What we ll share

What we’ll share

The Lancashire Youth Employment Strategy and NEET data

Young people’s views

Current providers and their local offering in Fylde and Wyre including connections to Blackpool providers

Updated routes to qualifications and pathways to progression

Local labour market information and economic changes can be used to inform programme design

The role of early support in preparing young people for learning and engagement pre and post 16

Identify gaps and changes needed to improve the take up of EET/reduce NEET


Action planning

Action planning

  • Taking account of:

    • Young people’s views

    • Parents aspirations

    • Provider approaches and options

    • The need for high quality impartial CEIAG

    • Need for planning and review mechanisms which take account of LYES, the demands already and the existing structures for supporting the changes


Lancashire youth employment strategy

Lancashire Youth Employment Strategy

Mike Heaton


Views of young people

Views of young people

Adam Porter

Fylde Youth Council


The data what it tells us about young people

The Data- what it tells us about young people

Fatima Badat

YPS Systems Officer


Pathways to progression for young people

Pathways to progression for young people

Ajay Sethi (Lancashire County Council YPS Learning and Skills team)


Break

Break


Local economy labour market information a snapshot

Local economy, Labour market information – a snapshot

Rob Green (Blackpool Bay Economic Area)


Local provider picture where young people go currently

Local provider picture- where young people go currently

Mike Heaton (Lancashire County Council Learning and Skills team)


Provider picture 19 24 year olds

Provider picture- 19-24 year olds

Gareth Carr

Job Centre Plus


Table discussion

Table discussion

Q and A


Lunch

Lunch

Back at 1.45 pm


Action planning in groups

Action planning in groups

1.45 – 2.40


Conclusion

Conclusion

3.15

Mike Heaton / Grant Murdoch


Thank you

Thank you

Jackie Wooding on behalf of Blackpool and Fylde College


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