PRINCE'S TRUST & GETMYFIRSTJOB

How the Prince’s Trust can help you get a job or training

If you’re 16 to 25 and want to gain experience, skills, training and the confidence to help you into work, you’ve come to the right place.

Whether you want to develop your skills and confidence, get a taste of a new industry or just want some solid work experience under your belt, our free courses will help you get to where you want to be. Prince’s Trust can help you get into your dream career by providing funding for training through their Development Awards which can support you with a range of areas to make studying or working even easier.

What they offer

Already know what you’re interested in? Try out their Get into courses.

Prince’s Trust work with companies – including M&S, the NHS and Tesco – to help give you the opportunity to gain work experience and get job-specific skills, help with your CV and interview techniques and access support for finding a job once you have finished the programme.

In need of a boost? Team is their 12-week personal development programme.

It might seem like a long time but, with a residential, community project and work experience thrown in to develop your skills, it really does fly by.

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Our partnership

We are very excited to partner with the Prince’s Trust to help them deliver more work opportunities than ever before. A combination of providing an apprenticeship jobs feed on their site, with us supporting them in co-promotion and awareness raising of their programmes to our 70,000+ active apprenticeship candidates. As we develop and deepen our partnership, we expect many more exciting projects and initiatives can be developed between us for the benefit of young people considering work and further education across the UK.

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"The support from The Prince's Trust pushed me to try and live my dream. As well as financial backing and business guidance, getting involved with The Trust enabled me to meet the right people, which was crucial in getting me to where I am today."
Nathan John
Young Entrepreneur