CXK for Young People

CXK services support you to develop your skills and confidence by giving you advice and guidance, as well as offering training courses, development programmes, emotional support and even youth clubs that travel to you!

A range of careers services and support for young people

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  • Independent high-quality careers advice 
  • Information about local education and employment opportunities

 

Carrus is a Career Management Toolkit which helps you to make decisions about your future career

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  • Careers Guidance 
  • Advice on how to become and remain employable
  • Help to identify the qualities you need to develop
CXK Emotional Wellbeing Service is a confidential service which is committed to improving and promoting the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people

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  • Confidential service
  • Delivered through one-to-one counselling and therapeutic support.
The CXK Elevate programme is a course designed to help develop your English and maths, so that you become the person employers want to employ.

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The National Citizen Service is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity open to 16-17 year olds in England and Northern Ireland. You will build your skills for work and life, whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends

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  • Take on new challenges and learn new skills
  • Improve your CV and UCAS application
  • Make new friends 
  • Make a difference to your local community

 

The NEET Support Service is part of Kent County Council’s Early Help and Preventative Services provision and provides support for young people in Kent (excluding Medway) to help them move in to Education, Employment or Training (EET).

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The Prince's Trust Team Programme is a 12-week programme that helps you with work-related skills, enabling you to move into employment, education, training, volunteering or an apprenticeship

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  • Gain a nationally recognised qualification in Employability, Teamwork and Community Skills
  • Team-building activities, including a week at a residential activity centre
  • Take part in real projects in the local community and individual work placements
  • Receive your End of Programme Certificate at a graduation ceremony
Talent Match is a national programme for 18-24 year olds who have been unemployed for a year or longer

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  • Supported by a dedicated mentor who will meet you on a regular basis
  • Advice on CVs, job search tips and job interview preparation
  • Help finding work experience, a work placement or industry visits/talks
  • Follow up support for 18 months after you enter employment

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