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16 to 29 and living in the Black Country?

The project is receiving up to £34 million of funding made up of £17 million European Social Fund and £17 million Youth Employment Initiative, plus match funding of up to £8m from the Big Lottery Fund and funding from partners

Jason Whyley

on 23 June 2017

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Transcript of 16 to 29 and living in the Black Country?

and living in the
Black Country?
Looking for:

Support in securing a job

Education opportunities

Routes into training
Build your future in a way that is tailored to you
• Traineeships
• Apprenticeships
• Coaching
• Work placements
• Self-employment advice, including social enterprises
• Customised training
… and more
Through specialised services ranging from coaching to managed
work placements, our work will ultimately give young adults the
best employability prospects for the future
Taking those
Impact is in a unique position to have
a wide range of influence with local
employers across the Black Country.

Impact can help you overcome the barriers
to employment.
We provide...
a programme to support employability
and skills
advice and guidance, along with
customised support tailored to you. We
may even be able to help with travel,
childcare and equipment
brokering between you and the
opportunity you decide upon, making it
simple for you to start
a Key Worker/Mentor trained to support
you throughout your journey
“Impact helps
individuals to
develop self
confidence and
“Impact improves
young people’s
participation in the
labour market.”
“Impact further
improves quality
and innovation
in vocational
education and
Contact us
in the way that suits you best...

Email your local contacts or download our leaflet by visiting www.dudley.gov.uk/resident/black-country-impact
Read more about us at storify.com/BCImpact/getting-started
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