South Yorks Fire and Rescue, with South Yorks Police and The Prince’s Trust are recruiting for the next Sheffield Team based at Parkway.
The partners are looking to engage with young people aged 16-25 who would benefit from the “life-changing” 12-week employability programme.
The story so far…
To date, the partners have delivered 25 programmes across Barnsley, Dearne and Sheffield, with 200 young people benefiting from the initiative.
Also in this period, the Police and Fire services and The Prince’s Trust have undertaken 21 community projects, four of which won the Prince’s Trust Community impact award for Yorkshire and Humberside.
Meanwhile, in Goldthorpe, Team involvement within the community was the catalyst for the new ‘embankment project.’
About the latest Sheffield Team
The Prince’s Trust Team programme will be based at Sheffield (Parkway) Fire Station, where the young people will get involved in team building activities, a community project and two weeks of work experience during the course.
They will also receive advice on employability, as well as gaining nationally recognised qualifications including;
- Level 2 HABC Food Hygiene
- Level 1 Mental Health awareness
- Level 2 HABC Working Safely
- Prince’s Trust Qualification in Employment, Teamwork and Community.
Add to this enrichment sessions on
- Dementia awareness
- Drug awareness
- Internet security
- Drive for life
- Nourishment and nutrition
- Sexual health
To make a referral
John A. Daley, Prince’s Trust Team Leader, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue