Information about Young Minds

YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

0808 802 5544        www.youngminds.org.uk

Information about CALM

The campaign against living miserably (CALM) exists to prevent male suicide in the UK.

 

uicide accounted for the deaths of more young men in England & Wales in 2011 than road death, murder and HIV/AIDs combined.

www.thecalmzone.net

or 07537 404717

Throughout your training programme you will continue to receive Information Advice and Guidance to assist you in the following areas:

What your programme involves

Exactly what you are going to cover

What qualifications you will be able to achieve

How this will help you obtain employment

Your timetable of attendance to complete your programme

Development of your personal / interpersonal skills

How to improve your attendance, timekeeping, motivation and confidence

How to work with others

How to communicate effectively

Acceptable behaviour for college / workplace

Duties involved within your chosen career

The types of jobs you will be asked to do

The skills you will need to complete these jobs

What you have to do to reach your potential

How to set challenging targets

How to stretch yourself

Your long term career plans

Sign posting for specific support you might need

Where to go for issues which effect you.  Housing; Drugs; Alcohol; Abuse; Relationship; Birth Control; Illness; Benefits; Financial

Your progress throughout the programme

Where you are within your programme through regular reviews

What you need to do to improve / progress

Distance you have travelled from your starting point

What next steps are available when you have completed your programme

Courses available, entrance requirements, course content, qualifications to be obtained

Career progression paths