Young people from the Prince’s Trust programme delivering their presentation to the MCVC at the Friday ‘Drop In’.
Fire and police in South Yorkshire team up to deliver the Princes Trust jointly run by the two 999 services.
The two emergency services are calling on young people to sign up for the Princes Trust Team Programme.
Team Programme is a 12 week personal development course for unemployed 16 to 25 year olds, offering work experience, qualifications, practical skills, community projects and a residential week.
Individuals will gain new skills and qualifications, mix with new people and make new friends, get help with job-hunting and CV writing and most importantly a big boost to their confidence and a real sense of achievement.
South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Team Leader John Daley said; “The course will include team building exercises, work placements, CV writing and loads more, which will give them a real sense of purpose and achievement.”
South Yorkshire Police Deputy Team Leader Paul Hamshaw said; “It’s a fantastic opportunity for young people who are out of education or employment to come and learn new skills, meet new friends, take part in an action packed residential trip and gain work experience, all completely free.
“This is a unique programme, during which you can gain an insight into the police and fire services. If you’re not completely sure if this is for you, give thema call and they can talk to you about what is expected – you won’t be disappointed with the programme.”
Devon Hazeldine, member of a previous SYFR Team Programme and now working as a volunteer and mentor on the Prince’s Trust Programme said; “This course has enabled me to build my confidence and gain new experiences. I have really enjoyed my time and would say to anybody who wants to learn about themselves, their community and get ahead in life the Prince’s Trust Team programme is worth getting on.”
To be part of the Team Programme or for further details contact John Daley on 07769 887249 or email@example.com.