SUPPORTING YOUNG PEOPLE
We offer a wide range of services for young people in Bath and the surrounding areas at Youth Connect South West. This page lists our main services but if you feel the support you need is missing get in touch and we will do our best to help you.
Targeted support is our service which focuses on 1:1 support. We cover a wide range of support including helping with; planning the next step from secondary school, troubles at home or in the family, issues at school including bullying and low attendance.
PARTNERSHIP FOR LEARNING
Partnership for Learning course is for young people who require a more flexible personalised learning offer and are socially isolated, have high levels of anxiety/mental health needs.
We support young people who are no longer in the education system and who are not working or being trained for work. The support is always unique to the young person.
OPEN ACCESS YOUTH WORK
We run a variety of open access services for young people including youth clubs, detached work, youth participation and small targeted group work.
DETACHED YOUTH WORK
Detached work is a street-based youth work provision, which operates outdoors. Youth workers walk around on foot in communities to engage with young people, provide support and offer positive activities
MOBILE YOUTH WORK
Mobile work using the youth bus enables regular youth work activity in rural and urban areas. The Mobile bus gives youth workers a way to target areas where there is little or no provision for young people like no youth clubs.
LEARNING FOR WORK
Learning 4 Work is a course for young people with an Educational Health & Care Plan who would like to gain skills and experience for work but cannot do a mainstream college course.
Realising Talent is a programme funded by the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) to support young people in year 10 and 11 into a positive outcome post 16.
Run from a professional music recording studio in the Southside Youth Hub, trainees come in for one day a week building skills around recording, editing and all aspects of music production, as well as developing an understanding of the wider music industry.
POST 16 FOLLOW UP
Every local authority in England has a statutory duty to report on the “destinations” (what young people are doing) of all young people for 2 academic years after they leave statutory education at the end of year 11. We do this for B&NES.