Back on Track supports you to develop self-confidence and motivation to stay in education. It will also result on young people being more work ready and able to make more informed decisions about their future. Programmes are individually tailored to include elements like mentoring, volunteering, work experience placements, summer activities, vocational skills tasters and short qualification courses – for example, event stewarding or food hygiene courses. Additional short courses available for young people who are already NEET, including English and Maths.
None - this programme is for young people who are not in employment education or training (NEET), or who may be at risk of becoming NEET.
Delivered with partners across Oxfordshire, a great variety of different programme elements are available.
You may be referred to Back on Track by your school or someone else who is working with you.
If you are in Year 11 and worried about dropping out, or in Year 12 and have been not in employment, education or training for six months or less, then the Back on Track offer may be right for you. Register with the EET Support Service to start your journey.
Activate Learning is working with partner organisations to deliver a free project to help transform the lives of youngsters at risk of becoming NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) or who have recently become NEET. The project will run until October 2019, focusing on helping young people aged 15-17 across Oxfordshire access the support they need to continue gaining skills and knowledge for their future careers.