Prince’s Trust to start team programme for young people

PUBLISHED: 17:06 12 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:06 12 July 2018

The Prince's Trust team programme will start later this year

The Prince's Trust team programme will start later this year


The Prince’s Trust in Dereham has announced a new team programme for young people later this year.

The 12 week course is aimed at 16-25 year-olds who are currently not in a full-time job or education and is run by Norfolk Fire and Rescue.

The programme, which will commence on Monday September 25, will also have a taster day on Tuesday September 18 and those interested will be joining a group of around 15 to take part in a range of community projects and activities.

The course offers the chance to take part in three weeks worth of work experience in an area of interest and those who complete the 12 weeks will be presented with a Prince’s Trust certificate in teamwork, community and employability skills and an emergency first aid at work certificate.

The trust are also hosting their celebration day on August 16, which will take place at Dereham Fire Station.

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