not in education employment or training

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Number of Surrey NEETs hits national low

The number of young people in Surrey registered as not in education, employment or training has hit a national low. Just 1.8% of people aged 16 to 19 are not studying or working in Surrey, figures for the Department of Education (DfE) show. It means Surrey has the fewest young people classed as NEET in … Continue reading

Chain of skills centres for NEETs set to be completed

A chain of 10 skills centres designed to boost the job prospects of young people who are not in education, training or work is set to be completed. Eight centres in the network have opened as part of Surrey County Council’s drive to tackle the number of people classed as NEET and the final two … Continue reading

Surrey apprentice campaign close to hitting 200 target

A campaign to get 200 teenagers into work is within touching distance of reaching its target just months after it was launched by Surrey County Council. Plans unveiled by leader David Hodge in July to get under-19s on the first rung of the career ladder are close to becoming a reality – with just 46 … Continue reading

Plan for skills centres to get young people on career ladder

Hundreds of young people will be helped to get on the career ladder under plans unveiled by Surrey County Council. The authority aims to open a network of skills centres to combat the number of young people not in education, employment or training. Around 20* are expected to be run from the council’s youth centres … Continue reading

Surrey apprentice campaign nears halfway mark

A campaign spearheaded by Surrey County Council to fill 200 apprentice places in 100 days has almost reached the halfway mark. Employers have been coming forward pledging to take on apprentices as part of the council’s push to ensure all 16 to 19-year-olds in Surrey are in education, training or employment by 2015. The figure … Continue reading

Surrey welcomes new national plan to support apprentices

Following Business Secretary Vince Cable’s announcement of new plans to make it easier for businesses to take on apprentices, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Learning Tim Hall said: “This is really welcome news and a great boost for young people looking to get on the first rung of the ladder in their … Continue reading


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