Pre-employment programmes

Pre-employment programmes are specific industry driven schemes that include an element of training and work experience, for people to develop essential skills, and possibly qualifications, designed to lead to increased opportunities of employment or apprenticeship in entry-level roles.

 

We are proud to support two schemes locally, delivered by the Princes Trust and the Health and Care Sector Work Academy.  Courses run from two days to five months, are completely free and won’t affect any benefits you may be in receipt of. Travel and childcare costs may be able to be supported.  Eligibility criteria applies, take our quick quiz to find out if you are eligible and, if so, which programme is right for you.

Take our quick quiz to find the right programme for you!

#1. Q1. My age is

#2. Q2. Are you currently in Education, Employment (over 16 hours per week) or Training?

#3. Q3. Are you in receipt of any benefits?
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  • Universal Credit,
  • JSA,
  • Working Tax Credit,
  • ESA,
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Carers Allowance

#4. Q4. Do you live or intend to work in Cambridgeshire or Peterborough?

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Prince's Trust

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Prince’s Trust

The Prince’s Trust helps young people all over the UK to build their confidence and skills and supports them into jobs, education and training. Founded by The Prince of Wales in 1976.

Health and Care
Work Sector
Academy

Health & Care Sector Work Academy

The Health and Care Sector Work Academy is a Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority project supporting people to gain a career in health and care or for those already employed in the sector, to develop skills to progress to the next level.

I am a teacher/ tutor, who do I contact for more information on the Academy programmes?

If you have students who you think will be interested in the programmes please get in touch using the below details.

Lorraine Augustus, Health and Care Academy Lead

Health&CareAcademy@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

I am a teacher/ tutor, who do I contact for more information on the Academy programmes?

If you have students who you think will be interested in the programmes please get in touch using the below details.

Lorraine Augustus, Health and Care Academy Lead

Health&CareAcademy@addenbrookes.nhs.uk