A2B NoWcard – South Lakeland
For just £10, young people aged between 5 and 18 can receive reduced-cost travel around South Lakeland and beyond (Maximum cost £1.80 for a single journey, £3.00 for a return).
Click HERE to learn more and apply.
Employing under 18s – Advice from VisitBritain
With many young people preparing for the school holidays now is the ideal time to recruit, however there are special requirements that you must comply with if you are employing children under the age of 18.
Learn more HERE.
Lancaster University’s Target Connect service is open to and graduates nationally. Employers can advertise vacancies through this portal for free.
Learn more HERE.
Are you open to providing work experience opportunities for young people within the county? Perhaps you already do but want to spread the word further. Involvement in this scheme can help promote your vacancies further within the county, helping you to source talented young people as they develop key workplace skills within your business.
Government guidance – Providing apprenticeships during the COVID-19 pandemic
This guidance is for apprenticeship training providers (providers), employers, end-point assessment organisations (EPAOs) and apprentices.
- How and when apprentices can safely train and undertake assessment in the workplace, education and assessment settings
- The temporary flexibilities which apply during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
The points-based immigration system – The Graduate immigration route
The Graduate route is available to international students, who have completed a degree at undergraduate level or above (or one of the limited number of professional qualifications at degree level or above) at a Higher Education Provider with a track record of compliance, and who have a valid Tier 4 or Student visa at the time of application.