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School leavers offered help into work

As teenagers receive their GCSE and College results, those looking to move from school straight into the world of work are urged to seek the help of Black Country Impact.

Black Country Impact has forged close links with more than 100 businesses or training providers. As a result, the service has already assisted thousands of people to get a job or the training to gain lifelong skills and trades.

The service offers help for 16 to 29-year-olds who are currently not in employment, education or training. Support includes supplying equipment, as well as providing free clothing, travel, and childcare depending on the needs of the individual.

Black Country Impact gives young people a helping hand to better themselves or get into work.

Black Country Impact offers a number of specialised services, ranging from coaching to managed work placements.