Improving Participation & Destinations in Bradford: Information Sessions

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Bradford Council’s Employment and Skills Service would like to invite colleagues to information sessions about our offer to support young people into education, employment and training.

These are open information session for schools, colleges, training providers, etc. to find out more about Bradford Council’s Employment and Skills services for young people. We are keen to improve how we work together across the district to ensure young people are supported in their next steps when they leave school, ensure there is sufficient and appropriate education and training provision within Bradford for all young people, and to improve our participation and destinations outcomes (NEET rates).

The session will cover how the Employment and Skills service can help support young people, families, schools, colleges and other providers, including early identification of need through a Risk of NEET Indicator tool, transition support from SkillsHouse, supporting Gatsby benchmarks, and reporting back to providers on outcomes.

We will also provide you with important information around improvements to the data we require from providers to facilitate our statutory duty to track, support and intervene with young people aged 16 to 18, and those aged up to 25 with EHCPs. We would also like your feedback around the data and information you need from the LA to better support young people, focus resources, and improve accountability.

More information on SkillsHouse Bradford:

The session will be held on Teams and a recording will be available following the meeting, they will run on:

Tuesday 27th February from 14:00 to 15:00

Thursday 29th February at 15:30 to 16:30

To book your place, please email:

Please indicate which date/time you would prefer to attend and the name of your school, college or provider.


Published: 20/02/2024
Audience: Data Managers, Careers Leads, Careers Advisors, Leadership Teams.
Contact: Kate Welsh

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