Employers" contributions to youth training initiatives
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Employers" contributions to youth training initiatives a research report produced by Alison MacLeod [and] Ben Maitland. by Great Britain. Department for Education and Employment

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English

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SeriesResearch Report no. 25
ContributionsMacLeod, Alison., Maitland, Ben.
The Physical Object
Pagination61p. :
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22315907M
ISBN 100855226277

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To succeed, any effort to improve youth employment opportunities must focus on employers’ needs and address the full range of entry-level workforce opportunities. In turn, the employer community must fully engage—for its own continued success—to close America’s talent gap. Note: The terms youth and young adults refer to to year-olds. • Adult-youth partnerships in planning & programming • Peer-to-peer mentorship education and training (drug education, youth at-risk): builds on the shared culture of youth and their local experience, and is given in a non-judgmental way, information seen as credible. • Youth . The result of this mapping exercise is presented in messages illustrating the contribution of youth work focusing on four main target groups: Public Employment Services (PES) and other Youth Guarantee providers, employers, policy-makers in different fields, and young people. (A) Public Employment Services (PES) and other Youth Guarantee providers. training is a way of enhancing employee commitment and m aximizing employee potential. According to Konings & Vanormelingen (),Colombo & Stanca () and Sepulveda (2 ) training is an.

  Labour-market training and work-experience programmes all aid in continuing the initiative and driving business growth for youth in disadvantaged areas. Forging active partnerships with employers for decent jobs; More often than not youth is left unemployed because of lack of sourcing and connection to the employers. Mentoring—matching youth or “mentees” with responsible, caring “mentors,” usually adults—has been found to be an important support for youth as they transition to adulthood and the workforce. 1 Mentoring provides opportunities for youth to develop emotional bonds with mentors who have more life experience and can provide support, guidance, and opportunities to help them succeed in. is the U.S. government website that helps you create, maintain, and strengthen effective youth programs. Included are youth facts, funding information, and tools to help you assess community assets, generate maps of local and federal resources, search for evidence-based youth programs, and keep up-to-date on the latest, youth-related. The Employers’ Side will now undertake a consultation process to inform its response for Pink Book. The 'Pink Book' is the terms and conditions handbook for Youth and Community Workers. The most recent update is from

Youth Empowerment Initiative, which has the potential of integrating the values of a good and productive citizen in youth, motivating them to lead a normal life by providing them a platform to develop and showcase their skills. The project proposes to select 50 most. Target youth for life skills training may be in secondary schools or universities, in non-formal education settings, in vocational or professional training programs, or already employed or self-employed. Or they may not be benefitting from any of the above services, with life skills training being the first support service they have received. Special training schemes organized by employers, individually or collectively, outside the framework of national training systems in order to generate the skills required by a specific industry or company, including schemes targeting disadvantaged youth. Published annually since , Canada's Top Employers for Young People is an editorial competition that recognizes the employers that offer the nation's best workplaces and programs for young people starting their careers. Published each year in The Globe and Mail. Discover why this year's winners were chosen and search current job postings.