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Network Plus set to boost job prospects for young people

Network Plus has announced a major commitment to the Government’s ‘Kickstart’ scheme. Kickstart aims to offer opportunities to young people at risk of long term unemployment. The company has set out ambitious plans as part of its Social Responsibility programme to attract and support young people into the business, including graduates, apprenticeships and Kickstart.

Through Kickstart, Network Plus will offer high quality six month work placements for 34 young people aged 16 to 24 years who are deemed to be at risk of long-term unemployment. Exciting roles will be available across 15 locations nationwide. They range from opportunities in water, power and traffic management. Due to successful long term contract awards, Network Plus has grown significantly in the last year. As a result of the growth young people joining the Kickstart programme will be offered opportunities in Preston, Bristol, Salford, West Midlands and East Midlands. Applicants interested in joining the Network Plus Kickstart programme should complete an application through their local DWP Work Coach.

Network Plus will be working with Catch22 – a charity and social business. Catch22 will help to administer and review potential applicants and manage the process on behalf of the company. Noela Fitton, Head of Strategic Projects at Network Plus said: “We’ll be offering job placements to help young people develop the skills and experience they need to find work after completing the scheme. This includes support for long-term work, career advice and support with interviews. We’ll be giving them great basic skills they can use in any work situation in the future such as attendance, timekeeping and teamwork. We think Network Plus is a great, fun place to work and we’re excited to welcome them.”

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