Free learning support programme for young people in Luton

We have received funding to support young people in Luton with free life skills training, free career guidance from a job coach and support getting into training, voluntary work and a brand new job.

It can be difficult knowing where to start with finding work and managing your personal, physical and financial wellbeing. So we are here to help with 1-2-1 coaching from our friendly team.

This free programme for young people is available if you live in these areas of Luton: Biscot, Dallow, South, High Town, Farley, Northwell, Leagrave, Lewsey, Round Green, Crawley or Sundon Park.

Please call us on 01582 470900 or email us to find out more.

Our Training Officers can help with a 1-2-1 programme of personal and professional development.

Every support programme is different, designed individually for you by our Training Officers.

Your programme can include:

Employability skills

  • Identify transferable skills
  • Career directions
  • Write a winning CV
  • Interview techniques
  • Covering letters and emails
  • Making your best application 
  • Volunteering

Personal development

  • Effective communication
  • Building your confidence
  • De-stress
  • Managing change
  • Taking control
  • Emotional wellbeing
  • Removing barriers
  • Healthy lifestyles

IT skills 

  • Setting up and getting the best from emails
  • Effective use of the internet
  • Creating and formatting word documents
  • Using spreadsheets
  • Creating PowerPoint presentations
  • E-safety
  • Staying connected
  • Online tools

Support to apply for jobs

  • Job sourcing
  • Exploring local work opportunities
  • Applying online
  • Job sites
  • Customising your CV
  • Help completing applications
  • Preparing for an interview 
  • Reviewing feedback 

Wider support

  • Money management
  • Wellbeing
  • Exploring adult education, apprenticeships and other learning opportunities
  • Signposting to further learning
  • Better off in work calculations

Our support and training programmes are popular

We are very pleased to receive many great reviews from people who have taken part in our programmes. Here are just some of the nice things people say about us:

  • “This workshop made a huge difference to my daily life”
  • “Understanding a lot more about myself has helped me to be positive and confident”
  • “Brilliant training, very impressed. Tutor was great”
  • “The programme was good and I learnt a lot”
  • “Helping to develop my skills, my self-confidence and self-esteem”

Join our brand new and free support programme

Find out whether you are eligible to join this free programme…

Participants need to live in one of the following 11 wards in Luton:

Biscot, Dallow, South, High Town, Farley, Northwell, Leagrave, Lewsey, Round Green, Crawley or Sundon Park.

Call the team on 01582 470970 or email us with any questions and to book your place

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