Right Track Programmes 2022

2022, has so far seen significant change to our portfolio of Programmes. We are delighted to have been successful in our Applications to the UK Government's Community Renewal Fund in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council, which is supporting our Lift Off, Accelerate and Touchdown Programmes in North Lanarkshire.

We are also delighted to have been succesful in securing an extension to our current National Third Sector Fund Programmes, ensuring that our Pre-Neet Launchpad, Launchpad and Accelerate (Glasgow) Programme can continue for the remainder of this year. Our thanks are extended to SCVO and Skills Development Scotland for their continued support of NTSF and Right Track's Programmes.

We look forward to the launch of our new No One Left Behind Provision in October 22, delivered in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council. In the interim, please see details of our current Programmes, below;

REACH

We are delighted to announce the launch of our new REACH mental health support group.

REACH support offers one to one support and group activities for young people aged 14-18 years.

Our key aim is to help REACH participants to feel happier and supported and more confident about the future.

REACH support is available 3 days per week from our Glasgow and Coatbridge Centres. For further information, please contact Jackie on 0141 554 0955 or Tracey or Ann on 01236 433315.

Lift Off

Lift Off supports young people in S3 and S4 who are not flourishing within mainstream education for a variety of reasons .Lift off providies an alternative to school and is primarily a project based on the development of core skills and standard patterns of time keeping and attendance. The Project offers activity-based learning including outdoor education and group challages and new experiences designed to broaden horizons.

This Program is financed by the UK Goverment's Community Renewal Fund in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council.

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Launchpad

"Launchpad" is part-time, activity-based, lasts for up to 6 weeks and offers young people aged 15 years plus the chance to take part in fun, community-based activities designed to help them to try something new, meet new people and to start to think about participation in Personal Development training designed to support them on the path towards Employment. Please see information for Referral Agencies and Individuals below.

This program is  part-funded by the National Third Sector Fund in partnership with Skills Development Scotloand.

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Accelerate

"Accelerate" is part-time, lasts for up to 16 weeks and offers young people aged 15 years plus the chance to undertake a series of personal, community and learning challenges. All activity is activity-based, designed to broaden horizons, improve motivation, confidence and self-esteem, promote participation in flexible training and help young people to start to identify and understand their own strengths and weaknesses.

Accelerate also offers Vocational Introdauctions and offers a first-stage introduction to the skills need in the world of work. Referrals can be made by Partner Agencies, individuals, Schools, Social Work and Skills Development Scotland. Please see information for Referral Agencies and Individuals below.

Accelerate is part-funded by the European Social Fund in Glasgow and is funded via the UK Government's Community Renewal Fund in North Lanarkshire.

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Challenge Life

The ‘Challenge Life” Programme offers an intensive challenge-based start to Training. Over 4 weeks groups of young people, plan and prepare for a 2 week outdoor education challenge programme included within this period, having identified the personal goals they wish to achieve as a result of this. Activities include a 3 day residential on a deserted island, camp or hillside bothy and 2 week's worth of activities including high wire assault courses, canoeing, cliff-jumping, gorge-walking, survival skills etc. Referral for this standalone Programme can be made by Skills Development Scotland but elements of the Programme are also included in Launchpad and Accelerate as well as EF Stage 2. Please see information for Referral Agencies and Individuals below.

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Dazzle

Dazzel is only offered for specific groups .The Dazzle Course is offered over 3 weeks, with two weeks intensive personal presentation and personal confidence support. All young people have their photos taken at the beginning and then spend 2 weeks planning a fashion show with invited guests in which they will appear, followed by a professional photoshoot and compilation of individual portfolios. This element of the Project is designed to promote improved self-confidence and self-awareness. Project activities include, alternative therapies, introduction to make-up and hair, dance and fitness, lifestyle and diet, seeing yourself as others see you, first impressions, budgeting for leisure, fashion and work clothes. Referral for this standalone Programme can be made by Skills Development Scotland but elements of the Programme are also included in Launchpad, Lift Off and Accelerate as well as EF Stage 2 and 3. Please see information for Referral Agencies and Individuals below.

Employability Fund Stage 2+3

Employability Fund Stage 2 offers individual Personal and Core Skill support to young people with identified barriers to participation in mainstream Training, Education and Employment options. The majority of participants in this Programme will be referred by Skills Development Scotland.

Employability Fund Stage 3 offers Vocational Introductions, Work Experience and access to Qualifications sought after by Employers.

In line with the Scottish Government's policy commitment to No One Left Behind, recruitment to the Employability Fund will cease at the end of March 2022.

 

This project is part funded by the UK Government through the
UK Community Renewal Fund
The UK Community Renewal Fund is a UK Government programme for 2021/22. This aims to support people and communities in need across the UK to pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare the UK for the Shared Prosperity Fund. It invests in skills, community and place, local business, and supporting people in employment. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-community-renewal-fund-prospectus