New Futures is a new project, part funded by the European Social Fund and Youth Employment Initiative to provide a personalised, flexible package of support to help young people aged 16 to 29, who are currently not in employment, education or training, to move towards a better future.


MPH Training provides a bespoke programme that offers a package of support which is clearly tailored to the individual and group needs. It is an intensive 12 week programme specifically targeting the individual barriers to Further Education, Employment or Training.
Groups will also take part in a series of workshops that include the topics below and also have the opportunity to try a work placement in a variety of different setting that they choose.

MPH Training will ensure that those in need of additional support to help develop their skills and find work will receive the best possible service; whatever their starting point. Assistance will include employability and skills development, work experience and wider barrier removal and the time on the programme will be dependent upon the needs of the individual.


There are two distinct elements to the Working Futures Project.


This work with students deemed to be vulnerable or lacking in confidence within the work environment will focus on the following:

  • Self-esteem and confidence building
  • Working as part of a team
  • Developing communication and social skills
  • Motivation and aspirations
  • Target setting
  • Work placements


This project support and helps students return to Education, Employment or Apprenticeships. This programme includes the following:

  • Thinking about work
  • Developing a positive attitude towards work
  • Job Seeking Skills and the world of work
  • Presenting your information to potential employers
  • Contacting employers by telephone
  • Developing effective communication skills to find a job
  • Keeping your Job
  • Putting it all in to practice



Focus of Activity:

  • People 16 – 29 that are NEET
  • Young Parents wanting to return to work
  • People with learning disabilities
  • People facing multiple barriers to finding employment or training
  • People with no or lack of work experience to gain employment


Vocational Specialisms:


We currently have onsite motor vehicle workshop that ill enable to build your mechanical practical skills, We also have community projects that include catering and Horticulture that could support practical skills in this area. We work with a variety of employers to find work placements to get the practical experience that you will need to go on your CV to find employment.

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