The Trust recently began a Mobile Classroom project called Clean Start with MAC (Media Academy Cardiff), an organisation working with those who need help making positive life choices.
The project is funded by Hilton in the Community foundation and supported by Keepmoat Apollo and the YMCA...
4 A-level students from Westminster, Greenwich and Waltham Forest completed a three-day Open College Network accredited Budding Brunels course in November.
The project, centered around the extension to the Tate Modern museum, was funded by Construction Skills and supported by international...
The finalists have been announced for our second prestigious awards dinner for The Duke of Gloucester’s Young Achievers Scheme 2013.
Now in its second year, the Scheme, with the support of the Trust’s Patron, HRH The Duke of Gloucester, is an opportunity for exceptional young...
Infrastructure work: An opportunity to give young school leavers construction skills training.
Executive Director Christine Townley features in New Civil Engineer,an article focussing on infrastructure and helping young people into employment:
The construction industry...
According to latest figures from the Department of Education there are still more than a million young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) in England.
I find this figure very concerning and think it is time that we all did more to give these young people the...