what is it?
On Track 2 Work is an education programme for 16-18 year olds wishing to prepare for their next steps into further study or work. It offers recognised qualifications in English, maths and employability, as well as careers planning and workplace experiences. Young people will develop essential skills for employment, including confidence building, problem-solving, collaboration and communication.
The programme runs from September to July every year, with opportunities to start throughout the year.
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who is it for and where is it delivered?
On Track 2 Work is for 16 – 18 year olds who don’t yet have 5 GCSEs at level 4 or above and who wish to study in small groups in a supportive environment.
You could be eligible to join our On Track 2 Work programme if you:
Are 16-18 years-old (16-24 if you have an EHCP)
Live in West Sussex
Are not currently studying at college
Are not working, or if you are working part-time
Have not yet achieved 5 or more GCSEs at level 4 or above
On Track 2 Work is run at our dedicated training centre in Worthing town centre.
On Track 2 Work includes:
Accredited qualifications in English, Maths and Employability up to level 2
Full-time programmes of study; part-time programmes available if you work 16 hours+
Real-life experiences of work, involving work tasters, workplace visits and work placements
Next steps planning, 1:1 careers guidance and info/advice/support to prepare for progressing to Apprenticeships or higher level study at college.
Pastoral and enrichment activities, such as breakfast and lunch clubs, holiday programmes, sports, wellbeing workshops and drop-ins
Community participation and student voice opportunities, e.g. community projects, student forums and Young People Ambassador scheme
At the end of the programme, students can expect to progress into:
Higher level study at college
Apprenticeship in their chosen career
First job with a local employer
Students plan a presentation to develop their speaking skills for Functional Skills English
A photo taken by a student on a creative photography workshop
Whether you're a young person, or a parent/guardian, or a professional working with young people, feel free to contact us to find out more or to apply to join the OnTrack programme.
We look forward to hearing from you.
organisation or professional working with young people
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