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A Young Person, on completion of any of the listed programmes will:

  • have had regular contact with an Outreach worker
  • have been shown how to access GP and Dental services
  • have been given the opportunity to improve numeracy and literacy skills
  • have been accompanied to seek work, education or training
  • have produced a CV
  • have been shown how to complete a job application form
  • have been given various interview techniques and tips
  • have been helped to obtain NI number and birth certificate
  • have been shown how to apply for Welfare Benefits


  • have been accompanied to career, benefit advice agencies and job centres
  • have had experience of using public transport on a regular basis
  • have had experience of drawing up realistic budgets
  • have had experience of purchasing gas/electricity
  • have been shown how to access and arrange provision of utilities
  • have been made aware of issues around fire safety
  • have been accompanied on regular shopping trips
  • have had experience of menu planning and given information on nutrition



  • have been shown on how to prepare and cook basic meals
  • have been shown how to carry out basic household duties ( cleaning, ironing, etc.)have
  • had experience and help to use leisure time appropriately
  • have been given information on general health issues
  • have been given information about sexual health, pregnancy and contraception
  • have been supported to identify and access counselling services where appropriate


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