On this page you can find out more about the projects we have that can support you into work, apprenticeships, training programmes, and volunteering opportunities. Whether you are staying in Step by Step accommodation or are living somewhere else, we may be able to support you to apply and start in your preferred progression route..
Our focus is on your skills, talents, and ambitions so we will work with you to figure these out. We will support you to apply for local education, employment, training, and apprenticeship opportunities. If you need it, we can be on hand to support you with CV writing and interview techniques. We can help with advice and guidance so that you can continue in education or keep your job. There are even times where we can offer some financial support for materials or travel to help you progress.
I was not sure what to do as I knew college was not for me. I found it really helpful having someone go through my options with me.
I did not know what career I wanted to do as there is so much choice. Having someone sit with me and create an action plan made me feel more in control.
I am really grateful for you helping me out with finding employment and helping me build my self-confidence.
I feel really motivated now, it feels good. Thank you.
Thank you. I don’t think I would have got this [job] without the help.
MY CV looks much better.
If you’re aged 16-25 and not currently in employment, education, or training, you can find out more about support from us with your next step. Some of our projects are for people staying in Step by Step accommodation, while others are for people living elsewhere.
education and employment opportunities were accessed last year.
young people used training services last year.
AQA unit award certificates were achieved by 58 young people last year.
Launch Chat or contact Charlotte to find out more about Training Services
When Lisa first met with Sarah at Youth AIMS, she was very unhappy at college but didn't feel confident to broach the subject with her parents.Read more
Daisy* had experienced very little support from outside agencies, including her social worker. She has been grieving for her late Father who passed away in February 2015.Read more