Employment opportunities for young carers aged 18 to 25
Moving On….Young Carers, Employment Apprenticeships and Transition
February 6th 2013, 10am-3.30pm at Lynton House, Tavistock Square, LONDON
Moving on to the world of work is often a difficult transition for young people. When a young person is a carer, then the barriers to successful employment can be higher. Many young carers have valuable experience they could use to find work in social care, but what are pros and cons of continuing in a caring role? What is the deal for young carers when it comes to apprenticeships? How can young carers best be supported to make the transition from education to work? What options are there for young carers?
Join us in a ‘big conversation’ and hear from our invited speakers from
· Carers Trust
· Action for Carers
· National Apprenticeship Service
and even more importantly, from a young carer talking about her experiences. We will have a lot of time for discussion too.
To book your place, please email the attached form to email@example.com
If you have any specific needs to help you to access this event, or any other requirements (e.g. dietary) please tell us on your booking form. Numbers are limited so please reply promptly!
Organisers: Anne Barrett, Health and Social Care Partnership and Karen Morse, Skills for Care.
Skills for Care, London and South East Area, Lynton House, 9-12 Tavistock Square, LONDON WC1H 9LT
Tel 020 7383 8910
Click here for the registration form
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