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How we’ve come to collaborate with leading care leaver charities and other voluntary organisations across the country. Organisations that sign up to the Covenant make ‘offers’ of support relating to education, employment, training, housing, security, health, financial...
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, in partnership with Haringey Young Adults Service, is offering a series of ‘independent living workshops’ to prepare care leavers for life as tenants. Tottenham Hotspur Foundation Since 2006, Tottenham Hotspur Foundation has been the...
St Basils promotes best practice in leaving care and offers a range of services to help care leavers with accommodation, skills training, housing crisis management and personal-and-social development. Background St Basils is the largest agency in the West Midlands...
ENGIE contacted job centres, local schools & colleges in the Stockport area where we are working on Elisabeth Gardens to work collaboratively with Engie on a number of initiatives.
This film is brought to you by LifeSkills created with Barclays, in conjunction with City of Wolverhampton Children and Young People’s Service.
This is a short animation which depicts the care journey of our first Care Leaver Covenant ambassador. Told through Ryan’s eyes, this narrative charts his route through care, detailing some of his difficulties – the ups and downs, but also what it means to have a...
Pure Insight is a charity, working alongside leaving care teams in Stockport, Trafford and Cheshire East, to provide networking, mentoring, parental support, mental-health support, and a range of other support services for care leavers. BackgroundPure Insight was...
Partners Barnardo’s and Saint-Gobain, supported by Barking & Dagenham College and Phoenix Housing, are offering care leavers a ‘dry-lining’ traineeship programme to help fill skills gaps for construction employers. BackgroundBarnardo’s is the UK’s...
Kier is working with employers in its supply chain, local authorities and charities to provide training and work experience for care leavers, ex-offenders and other under-represented groups in order to fill local, construction-industry skills gaps across the country....
A partnership of 12 colleges and universities in West Yorkshire that offers enhanced support and various programmes to care leavers on their 'student journey' from school to higher education and into work. The PartnershipGo Higher West Yorkshire (GHWY) is a regional...
Are you a care leaver that is interested in an apprenticeship in the Construction Industry? Then Evolve’s opportunities may be for you!
Evolve are committed to ensuring that all care leavers are offered an interview for positions that they are eligible for.
These apprenticeships will give you the opportunity to gain skills and work experience in the Construction Industry.
You will be paid a wage (Apprentices are paid the national minimum wage according to age their age) and get a qualification that is recognised throughout the world.
If you want to apply you must have a willingness to learn, the ability to listen and follow instructions and to understand the necessity of working as part of a team.
All apprentices will be required to have a CSCS card before starting their apprenticeship and if you do not have a CSCS card already Evolve can support you to achieve this.
Good timekeeping and regular attendance both on site and at college will be essential in order to successfully complete an apprenticeship.
You will be given support and mentoring throughout the duration of the apprenticeship, this includes support with non-work related issues, which may affect your ability to complete your apprenticeship.
Taking Up This Offer
Evolve will ensure that care leavers are offered an interview for positions that they are eligible for.
You can apply for vacancies at www.evolveuk.org
As part of your application for an apprenticeship, you will complete the Equality and Diversity form. On this form you will be able to advise that you are a care leaver.