Courses

Employability Course & Assessment (ECA)

Young people can find it difficult to secure employment and to prove to an employer that they are job-ready. This Employability Course and Assessment will allow young people to show an employer that they are prepared to work and understand what is expected of them in the workplace.

Accommodation Course and Assessment (ACA)

Some young people can find living on their own or with others challenging, with additional responsibilities and expectations placed upon them as they get older. The ACA allows young people to show professionals, carers, and landlords that they are capable of living with less supervision and have a good understanding of what is expected of them when it comes to being more self-sufficient.

Sex and Relationships Course and Assessment (SRCA)

Social media and peer misinformation can distort the truth around sex and healthy relationships for some young people, which can lead to increased depression, anxiety, unwanted pregnancies and avoidable sexually transmitted infections. The SRCA creates a safe and open discussion around key aspects of sex and relationships, to help young people make more informed decisions; increasing the likelihood of positive future relationships.

Employability Skills Assessment

Young people can find it difficult to secure employment, and to prove to an employer that they are job-ready. This Employability Course and Assessment will allow young people to show an employer that they are prepared to work and understand what is expected of them in the workplace.

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Employability Course & Assessment (ECA) – Independent Learner

It can sometimes be difficult to secure employment and to prove to an employer that you are job-ready. This Employability Course and Assessment will empower you to demonstrate to an employer that you are prepared to work and understand what is expected of you in the workplace.

TRACS User Training

TRACS is a secure cloud platform, designed to help those working with looked after children deliver better outcomes, by automatically scheduling and prioritising the key activities that must be completed.

TRACS promotes transparency of the care service plan; increasing time available for interventions and driving measurable outcomes to reduce a young person’s time in care; at the same time, empowering their journey into independent living.

Building Resilience

Our perceptions of the world may be unique but some young people have trouble with managing their thoughts and emotions, and this can often lead to a negative impact on their mental health. Our Cope Happy course, aims to explore a range of common thought patterns that some young people may struggle with and helps them realise they are more in control than they think.