Funded by the European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative, Nottingham City Council has designed a range of complementary activity to support young people who are NEET (not in education, employment or training) and unemployed city residents to help them re-engage with education, training and employment.

The programme of activity, which is delivered by a number of partner organisations throughout the city, includes (for job seekers):

Step into work plus:

For 18-29 year olds who are unemployed or economically inactive. We provide mentoring and support to help you prepare for the world of work.

Nottingham Traineeships:

A weekly allowance for 16 and 17 year olds to start a Traineeship.

Intensive Careers Support:

For 16-18 year olds who have no further education, training or job to move into.

Nottingham North Traineeships:

For unemployed 18-24 year olds living in the North Nottingham wards of: Aspley, Bulwell, Bulwell Forest, Bilborough, Basford, Berridge, Bestwood.

Nottingham Gets 2 Work:

Free public transport tickets and passes, bikes, accessories and cycling support to help for 16-29 year old Nottingham City residents who are not in education, training or employment travel to interviews, new training courses, apprenticeships and jobs. Call 0115 8532 948 to find out more.


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Step into Work Plus - FAQs

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The Step in to Work Plus Programme is one of the six activities in the City Council’s Nottingham Works programme. Find out more in this document.

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Download Nottingham Traineeships - FAQs
Nottingham Traineeships - FAQs

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The Nottingham Traineeships activity is designed to enhance the current offer to 16 and17 year old City residents who are Not engaged in Education, Training or Employment

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Intensive Careers Support - FAQs

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Intensive Careers Support is designed to provide advice and mentoring from dedicated Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Youth Support (NNYS) advisors and support 16-18 year-olds move on from school

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