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EWS for Unemployed Youth in UK

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Transcript of EWS for Unemployed Youth in UK

Youth Unemployment Prevention (YUP)

Introductions
Ernecia Guidry
Baton Rouge, LA
Technology
IV&V for LA DHH
Running client joke about never ending supply of shoes
Natasha Newman
Charlotte, NC
Education
Manage the EasyIEP project
Once had a wooly worm encounter at a client meeting
Shilpa Vadodaria
Boston, MA
Health
ACA implementations
Still getting razzed by client for 49ers loss to Seahawks
Strengths
Challenges
Opportunities
Obvious market need and politically important

Backwards and forwards integration

Expand idea to non-profits and/or rest of EU

Pilot project and case study
Returns
Assumptions
Profit Potential
Internal
PCG is relatively unknown in the UK

Remain politically neutral

Competitors (e.g., Sandwell, Connexions)

Data collection and validity


External
Assess using
SCORE Model
Effectiveness
Next Steps
Cross-sell existing PCG HS and Edu products & services
Welfare to Work infrastructure
Response to Intervention
BehaviorPlus

Evaluate opportunity to expand into other EU markets

Partner with government agencies
for apprenticeship programs

New use for EWS

Development currently out of TX

Employee capacity and location

Edu and HS have not worked together in UK


Technology platform already in use

Edu and HS consulting experience

Offices in UK and Poland

Local partnerships and memberships

Experience with data
Pricing

5 GBP per unemployed youth
7,000 GBP floor price


Costs
Collaboration between PCG Education, Human Services, and International
Indicators for youth unemployment:
Unstable accommodation
Unemployment in family
School attendance <80%
Health & learning difficulty/disability
Behavior problems
Target clients are local government authorities (LGA) with youth unemployment at 12% or higher.
Population to target is youth aged 16-24.
Efficient

Reliable

Elegant

Appropriate

Integrated
0-6 months +
6-9 months
9-12 months
9-10 months
0-3 months
DEVELOPMENT
CUSTOMER ACQUISITION
&
CONFIGURATION
TRAINING
INSTALLATION
GO LIVE
PLAN
Implement and Monitor
Work closely with LGAs to ensure smooth roll out.

Confirm system is appropriately aggregating and displaying indicator data.

LGAs can analyze and leverage data to provide targeted interventions.
Internal
Alignment of bottom line
with projections

Customer/market response

Increased market awareness
External
Reduction in youth unemployment rate (impact on recidivism)

Decrease LGA resource expenditure
Define
1 in 5 have no qualifications

22x more likely to be teen parents

60% engages in drug use
20x more likely to commit crime

50% prevalence of poor health

10 years lower life expectancy
NEET or 'yo-yo' youth
The transition between school and work is no longer a standardized experience.
UK is ideal entry market.
Impacting Youth Unemployment in UK
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