About Working Futures

Working Futures is a Liverpool City Region programme, which offers a personalised, flexible package of support to help young people, aged 16 to 29 who are currently not in employment, education or training (NEET), to move towards a better future. The support available can be either short, medium or long term. Everyone enrolling on to the programme is assessed to identify the help that they require. Once the programme is complete participants are supported to move on to employment, self-employment, apprenticeships, Further Education, training or volunteering

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Employability

Focusing on the skills, attributes and confidence needed to look for and secure training, apprenticeships or work. Includes help with applications, CVs and interview preparation.
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Personal Development

Identifying and developing individual skills and qualities to maximise potential.
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World of Work

Increasing awareness of the employment market and opportunities available, including work placements and capitalising on employers’ expertise.
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Skills Development

Equipping participants with the foundation and vocational skills to succeed.

Working Futures Programme Providers

The programme is delivered by a partnership of twenty-one not-for-profit training providers based in Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Halton and Wirral, with the ability to offer the programme within local communities.

Latest Posts

September 11, 2017
Laura Godfrey

Taking part in Working Futures improved my skills and confidence and helped me to secure work

September 7, 2017

Joel provides new ideas to Scottie Press

Joel Hansen, aged 23, studied photography at Southport College from 2010 to 2012 and worked as a freelance photographer for a number of years. He enrolled on the Working Futures […]
September 7, 2017

Lydia has increased her self-belief and confidence

Before starting on the Working Futures Programme offered by Vauxhall Neighbourhood Council (MACTAC), Lydia Maher, aged 18 lacked confidence and was extremely anxious about entering the workplace. Her learning plan […]