Youth Employment Initiative (YEI)

If you’re aged 15-29 and undecided about your future, through the Tees Valley Pathways Youth Employment Initiative Programme, Stockton Riverside College can help.
We will work with you to meet your needs and provide the right support to help you move into work, further education, training or an apprenticeship.

Our provision includes courses, apprenticeships, traineeships and sector based work academies in various sectors:

  • Construction/Joinery/Electrical/Painting & Decorating/Motor Vehicle
  • CSCS
  • Health & Social Care/Childcare
  • Access to Higher Education
  • IT/Design/Media/Computing/Games Design/Digital Media
  • Prince’s Trust
  • Employability
  • Logistics
  • Hair/Barbering/Beauty
  • Aviation/Travel & Tourism
  • Art & Design
  • Performing Arts
  • Catering & Hospitality

We can support your move into work, further education, training or an apprenticeship.

Call us today on 01642 865 568 and start your journey today.

 

The Tees Valley Pathways Programme will support 8,698 young people aged 15 to 29 across the Tees Valley who are unemployed or inactive with the aim of progressing them into Education, Employment, Training or Self-Employment. The programme is delivered by a consortium of organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary Sector. The overall contract value is £25.38m with £9.52m from European Social Fund, £9.52m from Youth Employment Initiative and £6.34m of Match Funding. It is part-funded by the European Social Fund and supported under the Youth Employment Initiative.

The Tees Valley Routeways Programme will support 925 young people aged 15 to 29 across the Tees Valley who are unemployed or inactive with the aim of progressing them into Education, Employment, Training or Self-Employment. The programme is delivered by a consortium of organisations from the Public, Private and Voluntary Sector. The overall contract value is £2.67m with £1.00m from European Social Fund, £1.00m from Youth Employment Initiative and £0.67m of Match Funding. It is part-funded by the European Social Fund and supported under the Youth Employment Initiative.
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