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Confidential, friendly support from coaches who understand your challenges and can help you to set and reach goals.


Engagement workshops and courses to develop your skills and confidence.


Help to find the jobs and training that are right for you.

Move On

Mentors to give you more help and support when you need it once you’ve reached your goal. A chance for you to get involved in the project.



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How employers can get involved with On Track

Can your organisation offer work experience, internships, apprenticeships or employment opportunities?

We are looking for employers that are able to offer opportunities to young people who  have taken part in On Track, including work experience, traineeships, apprenticeships or employment, and provide a professional and supportive learning environment.

Reasons why employers want to get involved:

  • Help challenge the stigma faced by young people when trying to access employment
  • Promote a positive image of your business or organisation
  • Free support and advice is available from an On Track worker
  • Young people bring great benefits to an organisation

Work Based Mentors:

On Track will train and support a work-based mentor from your organisation to support and induct a young person into the workplace, offering guidance on procedures and practice, giving advice on day-to-day work, answering questions, and generally being a friendly face to help sustain the young person’s employment. Work-based mentors can achieve accreditation, and benefit in a number of additional ways.

Benefits to the work-based mentor:

  • Develop management and leadership skills
  • Opportunity to learn and practice new skills
  • Build professional relationships
  • Make a difference to someone else – and give something back to the local community
  • Optional On Track development workshops
  • One-to-one support sessions from the On Track Participation Support Officer

If you are an employer and think you might like to find out more about getting involved with the project and how it can benefit your business or organisation, you can get in touch with On Track by contacting us via a number of different routes – fill in our online contact form, or get in touch via email, telephone, text, Facebook or Twitter.