Term has started - are you in learning?

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All young people aged 16-18 should be in learning this September, if you're out of learning - it's time to take action

Young people aged 16-18 should be in learning this September. But if plans have changed or if problems are getting in the way of learning, there are things you can do. 

In our brand-new EET Hub you can explore your options and get support with finding a place in learning this autumn. 

Take Action: If you are aged 16-17 and not in learning, register your details to get support from the Education, Employment, and Training Team.

Get an apprenticeships

From age 16+ you can get an apprenticeship. With an apprenticeship you will earn while you learn, develop new skills, and gain qualifications.

You can search for apprenticeships here on oxme and on the National Apprenticeship Finder.

You can also find apprenticeship by talking to the apprenticeships team at your local FE college

Take Action: Sign up to our Hot Jobs newsletter to receive our top opportunities weekly. 

Training providers

If going to college or doing an apprenticeship doesn't seem right for you, local training providers can help.

There are lots of training providers in Oxfordshire who offer alternative training programmes and can support you to overcome problems. These include: Ignite SportEMBS, and ACE Training.

Instant Expert: Find out more about local training providers in Oxfordshire.

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