Kickstart Employability Training

What support will be offered to the young people to become more employable?

As a requirement for the Kickstart Scheme, placements must be provided with Kickstart Employability Training, this includes an outline of the following:

  • What support will be offered (for example helping them with writing their CV and preparing for an interview)
  • When you will provide this support (for example halfway through their job placement or towards the end)
  • How many hours it will take
  • Who will provide the support (for example you may already have a pre-existing relationship with training providers)
  • How you will monitor this support
  • How the young person can provide feedback during their job placement and afterwards, and how this will be acted on

Get Set Academy’s Kickstart Employability Training

As part of our optional support, Get SET Academy have created an employer package that will offer Kickstart Scheme participants the opportunity to develop their skills, which will include:

  • Monthly 1:1 support and mentoring
  • Careers advice, information and guidance
  • Employability qualification including communication skills, mind set and motivation
  • General day to day work behaviours such attendance, timekeeping, teamwork, etc
  • Job search and preparation, CV writing, interview preparation
  • Access to live online job skills workshops
  • An individual Personal Development Plan