What is Skills Your Way?
Skills Your Way is a project that offers any young person who is disengaged (or is at risk of disengaging) from education, employment and training access to support appropriate to your individual needs. This support may include the provision of Information, Advice and Guidance, skills assessments, or more practical support to tackle barriers to engagement.
Will help you to access skills programmes, support, and coaching to move into and remain in sustainable education, employment or training or to re-engage in education and training. Skills Your Way will also offer targeted programmes of support that will equip you with the best possible tools to develop your skills and to be successful in your future career as well as supporting you to live a healthy, independent life.
You can find out more information here about the broad range of support available as part of the Skills Your Way project, along with our partners specialisms and contact details.
To access Skills Your Way project support you must be:
- Aged 15–24 years olds (you must be aged under 25 year old at the start of the programme)
- Unemployed – Currently looking for work but you may be receiving unemployment benefits of some kind, or economically inactive. For example, not currently looking for work (for a specific reason), but wishing to gain employment.
- You must have the right to live and work in the UK.
- You must live in Cornwall or the Isles of Scilly.