Referral, Engagement and Assessment
This pipeline stage is about reaching out to individuals, supporting people into regular activity and positive routines, and helping them to connect with others.
Needs Assessment and Barrier Removal
This stage sees a range of partners assessing the initial needs of clients and agreeing key activities to be undertaken with them in order to address any barriers to employment or training.
Stage 3 activities include delivering a range of accredited training, employability training for core skills, job search advice and activities to raise awareness of enterprise and entrepreneurship in order to meet the needs of individuals.
Employer Engagement and Job Matching
This stage includes activities such as arranging work or volunteer placements with employer, assisting individuals to secure job vacancies and matching job-ready clients to jobs.
In work support and aftercare
Stage 5 activities include supporting individuals to maintain employment and progress within the workplace.
Glasgow Clyde College – Prince’s Trust Development Programme
|PIPELINE STAGE||Stage 1. Referral, Engagement and Assessment||Stage 2. Needs Assessment and Barrier Removal||Stage 3. Vocational Activity||Stage 4. Employer Engagement and Job Matching||Stage 5. In work support and aftercare|
|Pipeline Stage(s):||2 & 3|
For further information please contact Glasgow Clyde College on:
Tel: 0141 272 3331
If you’re 16-25, unemployed and looking for something new, then the 12 week Princes Trust Development programme at Glasgow Clyde College might be for you.
The course is available at the Cardonald, Anniesland or Langside campuses and you would be joining a group of up to 15 other young people to gain new skills, make new friends and improve your job prospects. It doesn’t cost anything and won’t affect your Jobseeker’s Allowance.
What’s in it for me?
What happens on the course?
You’ll be involved in a range of projects and activities. Amongst other things you will: