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Better outcomes for young people chartYouth Engagement Directory

Lead workers will have access to details of a directory of provision, youth information services e-training, Career information, provider information and access to a monitoring and recording system.

 

Lead workers will meet regularly to share good practice and to look at current interventions and feedback on impacts and outcomes for young people.

 

5 Tier Model

  • Tier 5 - Young People in Further Education, Employment or Training (EET)
  • Tier 4 - Young People at risk of dropping out of EET
  • Tier 3 - Unemployed 16-18 year olds known to Careers Wales
  • Tier 2 - Unemployed 16-18 year olds, known to Careers Wales, who are not available for EET
  • Tier 1 - Unknown status on leaving Careers Wales services

 

 

The Careers Wales 5 Tier Model of Engagement for 16 - 19 and allocation of Lead Workers:

Five Tiers Five Tiers Five Tiers
 

 Client Group

Lead Worker

Types of Activity

Tier 5

       
  • Sustaining education, employment or training (EET)
  • Working or studying part time over 16 hours
  • Voluntary Work
No lead worker is judged necessary given that young person is already engaged and not judged to be at risk of disengaging
  • Employment
  • University
  • College
  • School
  • Training Providers
  • Work Based Learning Providers
  • Apprenticeships
  • Jobs Growth Wales
  • Volunteering

Tier 4

  • Those engaged in less than 16 hours of EET
  • Those who have been identified at risk of disengagement pre-16 and/or were judged as at risk of not making a positive transition who are subsequently in FE, sixth form or training
  • Those who have been made aware to CW by EET providers (or themselves) as at risk of dropping out of EET
  • Allocation of lead worker depends on level of risk
  • Low and medium risk – provider pastoral systems and/or allocation of learning coach as a lead worker
  • High risk – may be allocated lead worker from either Youth Service or Career Wales or if Families First involved Team Around the Family will decide allocation of lead worker
  • Employment
  • University
  • College
  • School
  • Training Providers
  • Work Based Learning Providers
  • Apprenticeships
  • Jobs Growth Wales
  • Volunteering
  • Local Youth Support Programme, College
  • LEA Behaviour Support Services
  • Alternative Curriculum
  • Attendance and Wellbeing Service 
  • Careers advisor, learning coach

Tier 3

  • Engaged with CW and/or known to be actively seeking EET; either ready to enter EET, or assessed as requiring career management or employability skills support to enter EET
  • This tier should also include those known to CW actively seeking EET but not requiring CW enhanced support i.e. accessing support via CW.com, awaiting a college start date, etc.
  • Lead worker identified for 100% cohort
  • Careers Wales will provide the lead worker in nearly all cases
  • Employment routes courses e.g. Bridges into Work
  • Llanmau
  • People Business Wales
  • Work Clubs
  • Volunteering projects
  • Work Experience
  • CAVC passport to learning
  • Careers advisor, learning coach

Tier 2

  • Young person not available / unable to seek EET (sickness, young carers, pregnancy, custody)
  • Young people with significant or multiple barriers requiring intensive support
  • Lead worker identified for 100% cohort
  • Education Department will provide lead worker in nearly all cases
  • Pre-engagement course – People Business Wales
  • Communities First Training – accredited / non- accredited
  • Attending Work Clubs – Job Search / CV writing
  • Post 16 Transitional Worker Support
  • Work Experience
  • Services which respond to specific identified barriers – drugs and alcohol, mental health

Tier 1

  • Young people unknown to Careers Wales
  • Once individuals are identified they are allocated to appropriate tier and allocated a lead worker accordingly
  • YOS
  • Street Based Support Agencies
  • Mobile services
  • Learning coaches

 

 

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