The aim of the Leeds City Region Talent Match Project is to engage with approximately 2,300 young people aged 18-
24 who are long term unemployed and who require intensive support and coaching through a Key Worker approach in order to access a flexible and responsive pathway which will support them to get into, or closer to work.
The project is worth £6.9m over 5 years and will operate across the 5 districts of West Yorkshire including; Leeds, Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield and will therefore be responsive to need identified by local panels and collated by Local Infrastructure Partners.
For information about the members of the Talent Match partner members in the Leeds City Region please click here…
We are really excited to announce our 2017 Talent Match Conference – Gener8. The conference and celebration event will be held on Wednesday the 6th December at the Leeds Marriott Hotel. Tickets are free and you can book your place by clicking here…
As part of the event we will be announcing the winners of the Talent Match 2017 Awards. There are three categories:
Keyworker of the Year
Most Inspiring Participant Story of the Year
Young Ambassador of the Year
We are seeking nominations for each of the categories now and you can submit your nomination by following the links below:
To nominate a Keyworker for the 2017 Award click here…
To submit a nomination for the Most Inspiring Participant Story Award click here…
To put a person for ward for the Young Ambassador of the Year Award click here…
To put an employer forward for the Employer Award click here…
SESKU Academy has been involved as a partner on the Talent Match programme since the very beginning.
We’ve just produced a new video featuring Lewis and Jack – two people who took part in the programme – and Adam who runs SESKU. To check out the video please click here…
Adam spent some time unemployed due to a lack of skills. He has been supported by Talent Match into paid employment –
working with HR Training in Leeds.
The company specialises in training and skills development in the construction industry.
Check out our new short case study video here…
Stacey is a recent participant on the Leeds City Region Talent Match programme. After receiving intense support from Jenny, her keyworker at Learning Partnerships she is moving on with her life and taking part in new volunteering and training developments –
with a particular focus on sport.
Click here to check out her video.