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On behalf of Brent Council (Brent Youth and Connexions), Prospects Services deliver a FREE Information, Advice and Guidance Service that supports young people in the borough who are not in employment, education or training and are aged 16- 19 and up to 25 for young people who have an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP).  A team of qualified Careers Advisers are available at various locations around the borough for booked one to one appointments. Prospects also offers virtual support via telephone, video call and  live webinar.
The kind of help young people can receive includes :
• One to one guidance interview on options (including information on apprenticeships, work and education)
• Interview technique preparation 
• CV writing/Applications and Job Search 
• Employability group sessions
• Educational course search
• Referrals to other supporting agencies (where needed)
• Referrals to training / apprenticeship providers
• Access to employer led masterclasses
• Live Webinars
See attached flyers for support for young people in Brent over the Summer. 
1) Results Reflection - Support following GCSE and A level results day) @ Brent Civic Centre & College of North West London, Dollis Hill
2) Curriculum  Activities for Brent young people 16-24 NEET or 'at risk of NEET';
Aug 10th & 11th - Financial Management – Day 1 & 2 - In Person
Aug 15th - Higher Education Workshop - Via Teams
Aug 17th - University of Westminster – Harrow Campus Tour - Campus
Aug 22nd - Preparation for Results Day - Via Teams
Aug 29th - Employability Session 1 - In person
Aug 31st - Employability Session 2 - In person
TBC - Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Apprenticeships - In person
Please email or Brent Connexions inbox; if you have any potential referrals or ask young people to drop in to the Results Day Session on the 25th August.


For further information on where you can see your local Careers Adviser, please contact Brent Connexions (Prospects) on 02084381650





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