Local training providers can help:
- Alternative training programmes
- Support you to overcome problems and difficulties
- You can start throughout the year
- High support, easy access
You can search for training providers on oxme's opportunities search.
Take Action: Learn about further education and training for young people with SEN and disabilities.
Alternative learning in Colleges
They also provide engagement programmes to support people to access work or learning, often in partnership with independent training providers.
Take Action: Contact your local FE college to explore your options.
Banbury Young Homeless Project
BYHP helps young people 16-25 to move into employment, education, training or volunteering opportunities. Call 01295 259 442, or drop into the centre during opening hours to find out more.
Based in Kidlington, ACE Training offers construction industry apprenticeships, diplomas, and entry level programmes in site carpentry and brickwork.
Based in Oxford, EMBS offer a range of courses in a relaxed, stress-free and very supportive environment.
HEROS (Homing Ex-Racehorses Organisation Scheme)
HEROS offers individualised Traineeship programmes for people who would like more experience working with racehorses.
SOFEA offer a range of courses with flexible timetables and qualifications for young people aged 16-18.
TRAX offer issue based group work, team-building, social skills and 1-1 sessions.
Yellow Submarine offer traineeships, clubs and other and support to get work-ready for young people and adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.
There are more!
There are lots more training providers, entry level programmes & traineeships available locally.
To find out about what's available, visit your young person's Job Club or search online: