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Supporting Young People (16-19) into Work and Training. Caroline Foster David Beardsley 14-19 Strategic Leader 14-19 Manager Bournemouth & Poole 14-19 Team Bournemouth & Poole 14-19 Team June 2013. The Context. In 2013: Raising the Age of Participation Youth Unemployment (16-24)

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Supporting Young People (16-19)

into Work and Training

Caroline Foster David Beardsley14-19 Strategic Leader 14-19 ManagerBournemouth & Poole 14-19 Team Bournemouth & Poole 14-19 TeamJune 2013


The context
The Context

In 2013:

  • Raising the Age of Participation

  • Youth Unemployment (16-24)

    1.09 Million (approximately 2000 in Bournemouth)

    In 2050:

  • Britain will be the biggest economy in Europe

    (Goldman Sachs)


Challenges
Challenges

  • Scale of the problem

  • Skills gaps

  • Employer engagement

  • Fragmented system

  • Unrealistic expectations


Solutions From British Chamber of Commerce

  • Talk to us

  • Drop the jargon

  • Welcome employers into schools

  • Stop initiatives

  • Let businesses control the skills agenda

  • Invest in careers guidance


Youth unemployment can only be solved locally ian brinkley director of the work foundation
Youth unemployment can only be solved locally Ian Brinkley Director of The Work Foundation

The 14-19 Team will continue:

  • Talking with employers

  • Bridging the employer – school partnerships

  • Supporting good IAG

  • Linking relevant stakeholders

  • Working to increase Apprenticeship opportunities


But we all need to do more and:

  • Identify those young people in need earlier to prevent them falling through the gaps

  • Create more bridges into work especially for the hardest to reach

  • Match training to local jobs

  • Incentivise employers to take on young people


It’s not what we say but what we do

It’s not what we promise but what we deliver

None of us is as clever as all of us

Together could we create a “NEET free Bournemouth?”


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