Social Mobility in Transport  

NSAR understands a more skilled workforce increased the chances of upward socially mobility.  A highly skilled workforce results in a positive impact on society as whole. 


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Driving Social Mobility in Transport Leaflet below.

If you offer a service and would like to be included in the list below, please contact: STAT@dft.gov.uk

Below is a list of initiatives that you and your 

organisation can get involved with:


Building Better Opportunities –Mencap Sub Programme

The Big Lottery Fund matches funds from the European Social Fund  

This offers full funding for businesses to offer candidates 10 weeks of paid work (at minimum wage) and is aimed at NEETs with learning disabilities who are over 25 years of age.

 


Traineeships 

Funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency  

Traineeships are designed to help young people who want to get an apprenticeship or job but don’t yet have appropriate skills or experience 


Sector Based Work Academy

Funded by the Education Skills Funding Agency through Job Centre Plus  

A six week placement for job seekers of any age, Further Education colleges and training providers ger funding for training costs 


Construction Skills Fund 

Funded by Department for Education and Transport for London  

With the target of putting 1700 people through pre-employment training, this Fund is seeking to provide 500 employment opportunities in the construction and built environment in London  


Pathways into Construction

Funded by Construction Industry Training Board  

With employers able to apply for funding, this programme is structured around pathways into construction for NEETs, the long-term unemployed, ex-military, women and full-time students.  


Firebrand

Piloting cyber apprenticeships with funding from Firebrand, the National Autistic Society and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport  

Focused on those on the autism spectrum, providers receive funding for the cyber security pre-apprenticeship, which leads to an apprenticeship. 


Route into Work

Funded by industry partners  

A 3 day employability programme focused at 16-24 year olds NEETs or those at risk of becoming NEETs, delegates are sourced through a variety of partners such as Job Centre Plus, charities and social enterprise organisations. Up to 70% of attendees go onto paid employment. 


Movement to Work

Funded by industry partners  

A charity of the UK’s leading employers, civil society and government, this movement aims to tackle youth unemployment and create systemic change to get young people into jobs.  


Supported Internships

Funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency  

This is a study programme specifically aimed at young people aged 16 to 24 who have a statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan, who want to move into employment and need extra support to do so.


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