Did you know…?
In the UK today, thousands of young people are falling outside education and employment.
Young people are nearly 3 times more likely to be unemployed than the rest of the population.
Interactions with someone from business make it 5 times LESS likely that a young person will end up ‘NEET’ ie. not in employment, education or training.
This is where you come in. As an Employee Mentor, you can make a huge impact on the career development of young people, without having to train as a fully qualified Careers Advisor. The Talentino! programme allows you to have professional career conversations with a young person or a group of young people to help them prepare for the world of work, that fits around your or your company's schedule!
You will receive training as an Early Career Coach, along with a set of award-winning resources to help you have high-quality face-to-face conversations with young people to help them make smarter career decisions at every stage of the decision-making process - which starts at age 12! If your company already has relationships with schools, great, and if not Talentino! can help you to build new relationships with schools in your area who would love the opportunity to have their pupils get help from people in the professional world.
You will also have some great skills to take back to work with you having been trained in coaching skills, not just the motivation that comes with knowing you may have inspired someone to do something they will love!
We also offer sponsorship programmes in special needs schools, meaning that you can provide training in our SEN programme to a school, or a group of schools.
- Are flexible and can be created in partnership with you
- Can give your employees transferable skills - your staff become qualified ‘Foundation Practitioner Coaches’
- Demonstrate valuable social impact to your stakeholders
- Greatly improve staff retention, recruitment and wellbeing
We’d love to talk to you about how you can make a difference. For more information, please click here or call on 0118 327 1850. Alternatively you can email on firstname.lastname@example.org.