Courses, qualifications and support to improve your chances of finding a job
Are you aged 16-18 in less than 16 hours a week of employment, education or training, or aged 16-24 with special education needs and disabilities, and looking to improve your employability and key life skills?
Join our FREE Move to Succeed courses this summer and autumn to improve your chances of further education and employment and create a better future for yourself.
find the path that’s right for you, build your key employability and life skills, get new qualifications and apply for jobs
You don’t need to be stuck in a classroom to learn new employability skills.
Our FREE Move to Succeed courses use sport or physical activity, such as walking or dance, to help you develop key life skills such as teamwork, communication and leadership. All our courses are designed to empower you, build your confidence and develop essential work and life skills to get you ready for work.
Move to Succeed courses include:
- One-to-one mentoring support
- CV and interview skills workshops
- Sport & non-sport activities
- Social action projects
- Sport Leadership Qualifications
- Qualifications support, including English and Maths Functional Skills
- Mock interviews
- Career pathway advice
- Access to one-to-one support from an Employability Mentor
This activity has been made possible through Bring the Power, the youth engagement programme for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Available courses & events
Courses and events will be added here when they are ready to take sign ups. You can also sign up to this project below and you will be contacted when relevant courses and events are open. Courses are delivered in different locations around Birmingham.
If you are interested in our FREE Move to Succeed courses please complete the form below.
“I was very nervous and doubtful at first due to me thinking I wasn't good enough to apply for jobs and build a career, but I've turned the nerves into excitement, which my mentor - Izzy, helped me out quite a lot with. ”
Leo, age 18Read more