Premier League Works uses the power of football clubs and the Premier League to engage young people who are not involved in education, training or employment.
The programme, delivered in partnership with the Professional Footballers Association and the Prince’s Trust provides young people with support to develop their personal and social skills giving them the confidence and the experience they need to make a positive transition back into education, access training or gain meaningful employment.
The LFC Foundation’s Premier League Works is an exciting employability skills programme, focused on improving and developing the employability potential of participants.
The 4-Week Course welcomes young people aged 18 to 25 who are not engaged full time in school, college or the workplace and is free to register. Through one-to-one and group work which focuses on the needs of each individual, this course helps them to develop social skills, giving you the confidence and experience you need to make a positive transition back into education, access training or gain meaningful employment.
The course focuses on soft skills such as; problem solving, employability skills, improving confidence, decision making, self-awareness, professionalism and team building. You can learn about a variety of careers, meet lots of different employers, gain nationally recognised qualifications and at the end of the 4 weeks there’s an opportunity for a work experience placement.
During the programme there is a 2-night residential in Wales Colomendy (North Wales), which will consist of lots of outdoor activities focussed on leadership and teamwork.
LFC Foundation Learning Space
Anfield Stadium, Kop Side, Lower Breck Rd, Liverpool, L4 0TH
Want to find out more?
We have an Open Day at the Learning Space where you can meet with the LFC Foundation staff and learn more about the programme. For more information, contact Stephen – firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Day Date: Wednesday 9th May at 11pm
Official Programme Start Date: Monday 14th May 2018
Does this sound like something you or somebody you know could benefit from? Why not contact our Works Project Lead, Gemma Smith, for a friendly and informal chat:
T: 0151 432 5689