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Here you’ll find various tools to support best practice as you build and expand your youth employability programmes.

Something missing or anything in particular you need ? Get in touch with a member of the team today or contact your MTW account manager and we’d be glad to help.

EMPLOYER GUIDE

Outlines a number of elements you should consider when developing and managing your workplace opportunities. Incorporating these elements will ensure that you get the most out of your membership with Movement to Work and offer the best experience possible to the young people referred onto your programmes.

MTW EMPLOYER GUIDE

Virtual WEx Toolkit

Made with the support of Accenture UK, this pack gives helpful tips and advice on how to set up virtual work experience programmes.

MTW Virtual WEX Toolkit


 

Young person welcome pack

TWe offer this pack to employers to give to young people during their placement: helping to record, reflect and review their experiences.

WELCOME PACK

Gov. Schemes Toolkit

Sometimes starting out in the youth employability space and accessing the right government schemes can be daunting. That’s why Movement to Work (MtW), in collaboration with Accenture, has created a toolkit to help employers understand government-funded youth employability schemes. You can also read this one page summary here and read about the different schemes on our website here.

MTW Gov. Schemes Toolkit


 

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS

The Employability Skills Curriculum provides a comprehensive suite of training that is free of charge for members where employers can pick & choose from to support their Movement to Work placements.

EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS CURRICULUM

return on investment for employability programmes

On this page you will find a report conducted by the NHS looking at the return on investment for employability programmes and an understanding of the costs of running them and a Business case for employing people with a learning disability. 

ROI REPORT & BUSINESS CASE